20:40 Thirsk Tue 17 July 2018
In great form at Southwell at the back end of last year, but has been held off higher marks since. Has never won on turf, but canny stable is in good form and she is worth checking in the betting.
Returning from a break when well held over 1m at this venue last month. Won off 1lb lower at Ripon last summer, form which would give her a sound chance if able to replicate it.
Finds it difficult to get her head in front despite running well and is on a lengthy, losing streak. May need to drop a few more pounds before returning to the winner's enclosure.
Beverley winner in April, but went up in the weights and has been held in two subsequent runs. Still early days for her and she has each-way claims.
Maiden after 13 races, but is not without ability and has dropped to a career-low mark. One to note with positive jockey booking.
Irish import who did not run at all badly on first and only run for current stable over 6f at Hamilton recently. First venture into handicap company and should be suited to this longer trip. Interesting.
Maiden who showed little on her seasonal reappearance at Ripon in May. The hood she wore for the first time that day is retained, and she is best watched until showing more.
Handicap debut when well held at Wolverhampton in June. Hard to recommend on the evidence so far, but is in good hands.
Third of three runners from this stable, all of whom are at the foot of the handicap. Has dropped 14lb after being well beaten in three handicaps and connections reach for blinkers.
Last Year's Winner
|11||Rosy Ryan||7||9-1||6/1||Full Result|
|T: Miss T JacksonJ: Joe Doyle|
Forever A Lady (10/3), Arabian Jazz (10/3), Miss Bates (7/1), Acadian Angel (7/1), Cascella (15/2), Queens Royale (8/1), Rosy Ryan (8/1), Twilight (10/1), Ryedale Encore (16/1), Paco Bleue (25/1)
- Arabian Jazz
- Queens Royale
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