14:00 Catterick Wed 18 July 2018
Showed good speed to win on her second start having learnt an awful lot from her first start and putting that experience to good use. Both those starts came on the AW (Newcastle) but this will be a different experience for her (first-time on turf).
Maiden but has shown that she is capable of winning a race at this level with her 2nd in the Hilary Needler on her turf debut standing out (winner has won a York nursery since). Flew too high in the Queen Mary last time; this is more her level.
First run for this yard having shown only moderate form for Paul Midgley in four starts having been dropped to a claimer last time. Has shown some good speed but in reality faces a stiff task here.
Will have to be useful to make a winning debut although she does have some winners in her pedigree. Price halved from yearling to two-year-old though and best watched unless there is some market confidence.
Offered something to work on from her debut but failed to build on that second time out and looked more and more one for the longer term. Would be a big surprise if she were to travel the market leaders in this.
Newcomer who is a half-sister to 5f winner Rock On Candy although the yard isn't noted for debutante winners in this sphere. Only of interest if there is any market support and most likely to need this experience.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Reflect Alexander||2||9-0||4/5||Full Result|
|T: P D EvansJ: Dane O'Neill|
Deia Glory (10/11), Little Legs (11/10), Lang Toun Lady (25/1), Leebellnsummerbee (28/1), Strip Search (28/1), Macho Lady (50/1), Kyroc (66/1)
- Deia Glory
- Little Legs
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