18:40 Yarmouth Wed 18 July 2018
Runner-up in a 5f Windsor maiden as a two-year-old, but essentially regressive since, and increasingly prone to slow starts. One to avoid.
Poor maiden on balance, and temperamental to boot, planting herself at the start at Wolverhampton last month. On her best behaviour last time, but still achieved little, and easy to oppose.
Mullionmileanhour half-sister to Ebor third Number Theory. Better effort in maidens when fifth of 15 to Manthoor at Lingfield last time, and can't be ruled out if finding further progress.
Camacho half-sister to useful 5f-6f winner Pearl Acclaim and 1m-1¼m winner Our Phylli Vera. Represents a powerful stable, and has been found a weak race for debut.
Pour Moi filly who shaped quite well when sixth of 17 to Perfection in maiden at Newmarket in May, but ran poorly on AW next time. Yard remains winless on turf this year, but jockey booking does take the eye.
Equiano filly who cost just 800 gns as a yearling, and hasn't looked a bargain, showing more temperament than ability in a couple of AW outings to date.
Equiano filly out of a mare who won on debut over 6f, but two previous foal to race have failed to cut much ice. Jockey booking offers some hope, though, and market useful.
Last Year's Winner
Chippie Hill (1/2), Progressive Dawn (5/1), Herringswell (8/1), Zahirah (8/1), Cool Echo (33/1), Rojina (100/1), Jonathans Girl (100/1)
- Chippie Hill
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