19:50 Yarmouth Wed 8 August 2018
Just saw out this trip for a first success in a classified contest two runs back before struggling to go the pace back a furlong last time. Likely she found handicap company tougher there and more required despite racing off 2lb less.
A progressive filly this year and has run well on her last two starts since a third career success. Was a bit unlucky when getting out too late last time and gets her conditions again.
Formerly trained by Roger Charlton and may have needed the run when fading late on first run for this yard following wind surgery and an absence. Hasn't really progressed since her debut but worth a check in the market.
Finished a place behind Gainsay at Lingfield and gets a 2lb pull in the weights. Can be competitive but hard task to reverse the form.
Has found improvement last twice both over this C&D. Built on the promise of a good third when winning with a bit in hand and shouldn't be inconvenienced by a 4lb rise. Looks a leading contender.
Makes a quick reappearance following a stylish success over the C&D. Has a 6lb penalty to overcome but has only had four starts. This will be more competitive but is respected.
Remains a maiden after 11 starts and plenty to find with Herringswell over the C&D in a race run in a slow time. First-time visor needs to spark improvement.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Whispered Kiss||4||10-4||4/7||Full Result|
|T: M MurphyJ: George Buckell|
Late Change (3/1), Gainsay (10/3), Lethal Angel (9/2), Herringswell (11/2), Onefootinparadise (15/2), Raven's Raft (8/1), It's Not Unusual (10/1)
- Late Change
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