14:40 Brighton Wed 8 August 2018
Showed improved form to get off the mark making her nursery debut at Lingfield (made favourite) and looked suited by a sharp test (made all). Not in the same form turned out quickly at Bath (ran too free); track may suit this front-runner.
Ran with credit on his nursery debut although he's not really progressing but does get another go off this mark. Jockey booking should be seen as a positive and should be able to run his race and not without a chance.
Two wins to her name although both have come in a seller (5f) and claimer (6f); she may be best at that sort of level having been twice beaten in handicaps. Partnered by a 7lb claimer who impressed with his handling of a winner at Goodwood last week.
Had looked the type for handicaps after landing a 5f seller when with Mick Channon but he's disappointed in his two attempts so far in this sphere. Ran too free last time out in first-time cheekpieces when trying 6f; will appreciate a return to 5f.
Runner-up on her nursery debut last month (split North Korea and Wolstonbury) she failed to back that run up at Bath (never involved). That run may have come a little too soon and she could well mount a comeback here.
One to watch in the market having had three quick runs in novice/maiden company in preparation for this. Showed some decent form second time out although she needs to settle better (pulled too hard last time); not without a chance.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J ButlerJ: J F Egan|
Tinto (11/8), Solesmes (4/1), Superstition (9/2), North Korea (5/1), Wolstonbury (6/1), All Back To Mine (7/1), Tarrzan (20/1)
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