18:55 Doncaster Thu 19 July 2018
Won three of her first four starts but has struggled a little in deeper company the last twice, including last time out at Newmarket in Listed company. Drop in class should help and she would appear to be on a workable mark. Not ruled out.
Improved from her first two starts when upped to this trip last time out when winning at Nottingham. Form of that race not done many favours since but she's on a fair mark and she's capable of going well.
Improved from her debut to be beat just ½L at Haydock two starts back. Not disgraced last time out at Newmarket when third and the runner-up from that race has won a valuable Newmarket maiden subsequently. Interesting runner here.
Won a Yarmouth maiden on her debut but didn't really improve from that in two subsequent outings. Well beaten at Bath last time and others preferred at present.
Unplaced in three attempts. Pulled too hard at Newbury on third start earlier in the month in a first-time hood. That headgear retained and will need to settle better if she's to have any say here.
Improved from her debut when a good third here over 7f and ran well again when dropped to this trip at Chepstow last time. More progress to come on handicap debut here and may have been let in lightly by the handicapper.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Song Of Summer||2||8-0||7/1||Full Result|
|T: Archie WatsonJ: J Quinn|
Porcelain Girl (11/4), Carrie's Vision (3/1), Sufficient (9/2), No Lippy (5/1), Capla Rock (5/1), Rollicking (10/1)
- Porcelain Girl
- No Lippy
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