16:30 Chepstow Wed 8 August 2018
Consistent filly who was below-par last time over a shorter trip. Stable are rare visitors here and she will be thereabouts again if running to her usual standard.
Has the pedigree of a miler and has shaped that way on her last two starts. Has done little to earn her current mark and best watched for now.
Landed a gamble at Bath when getting a strong ride from the champion jockey. Denied by an improving rival last time and should find this easier. Young rider is looking for his second winner.
Had three subsequent winners behind when making all at Beverley but she missed the break next time and was tailed off. Looks the most likely pace angle in this and could easily bounce back.
Her Doncaster third to Maid Up looks strong in this grade given the subsequent exploits of the winner, second, fourth, fifth and sixth. Being out of a classy sprinter it is likely she found 1m4f too far at Yarmouth.
Scored over this trip at Yarmouth but then failed to fulfil expectations over 1m4f when the ground was possibly too quick. Did best of those who were held up last time in a messy race at Sandown and so needs Sageness to set some decent fractions.
Has failed to hit the frame in eight attempts, five of them for this trainer after leaving David Simcock's yard. Impossible to make a case for. Blinkers on for first time.
Last Year's Winner
Fresh Terms (6/4), Camomile Lawn (15/8), Geetanjali (15/2), Kilbaha Lady (8/1), Crimson Skies (12/1), Sageness (12/1), Bob's Girl (50/1)
- Fresh Terms
- Camomile Lawn
- Kilbaha Lady
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