14:10 Lingfield Wed 18 July 2018
- 188Bet 7 Places On The Open/EBF Fillies' Novice Stakes (AW) (Plus 10) (Div 1) (Class 5)
- 6f 1y, Standard / Slow
- 8 Runners
- Surface: Polytrack
Nayef filly who is a sister to an AW-placed miler. Stable always strong in the juvenile division, so she is well worth a market check on debut.
Showcasing filly who cost 42,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to a winning sprinter. Stable starting to hit top gear and the betting will probably be the best guide to her prospects.
By Australian sire Sepoy, she cost 8,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to a couple of winners from 6f to 1m. One of two newcomers for her stable.
Captain Gerrard filly who fetched 12,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to a couple of winners, one of them over sprint distances. Like her stable companion, Grandee Daisy, the betting will probably reflect her chance.
Home-bred daughter of Declaration Of War out of a mare who was successful in a Group 3 contest. Slowly into stride when sixth of eight, beaten 5L, on debut at Doncaster and can be expected to improve.
Fetched £15,000 as a two-year-old and is a Kodiac filly from a family which has done well in France. Stable can get one ready first time, so she is worth a second glance in the betting.
War Command filly who is a half-sister to a couple of useful performers from 5½f to 1m. Debut for respected, in-form stable and positive jockey booking suggests a big run is expected.
Daughter of Acclamation who cost 200,000 gns as a yearling. Ridden by this jockey when a promising fourth of eight, beaten only 2½L, on debut at Newmarket, and looks sure to be on the premises this time granted normal improvement.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M JohnstonJ: R Kingscote|
Thoughtfully (4/5), I Am Magical (7/2), Seductive (4/1), Capla Rock (4/1), Anandita (12/1), Ajrar (14/1), Nervous Nerys (20/1), Grandee Daisy (33/1), Heidiava (50/1)
- Capla Rock
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