17:35 Southwell Sun 15 July 2018
Not knocked about on racecourse bow when distant sixth at Worcester last month. Should have benefitted from that experience and dam won both a bumper and hurdles so there could be better to come.
Showed a little promise when fifth at Plumpton on debut but beat only one home last time at Stratford. Wears first time hood and tonngue-tie so doesn't look a straight forward conveyance.
Showed very little in her first two bumpers but did better at Hexham last time when fourth, seemingly appreciating the better ground. No world beater but further progress not ruled out.
Shirocco filly who looks to have limited ability judged on two woeful efforts so far in bumpers at Hexham. Would be a major shock is she were to socre.
Dark Angel filly sold for 45,000 guineas as a yearling but made only £1,500 this January as an unraced four-year-old. Dam from sprinting family so stamina is a big question. May be best watched for now.
By German sire September Storm, she hails from a yard with virtually no success in this sphere and on balance is likely to benefit from this debut experience.
Half-sister to winner both on Flat and over hurdles. Ran respectably on debut at Worcester, racing in touch untl weakening final 2f. Should have learned from that and may not be far away this time in a modest event.
Has struggled to see out the trip in two previous attempts and it may well be more of the same this time.
Sulamani filly out of dam from good hurdling/chase family. Hinted at a little ability on debut at Fontwell and a better effort here is by no means out of the question with top rider booked.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J M JeffersonJ: B S Hughes|
Milldean Silva (9/4), Jessica Rabbit (3/1), Granny Frankham (5/1), Gilwen Gracie (6/1), Wild Eve (13/2), Quasha (8/1), Dear Dora (12/1), Hessle Road (14/1), Vanilla Breeze (25/1), Cleofe (66/1)
- Wild Eve
- Jessica Rabbit
- Gilwen Gracie
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