16:00 Brighton Thu 9 August 2018
- Marathonbet Live Casino Fillies' Handicap (Class 4)
- 1m 1f 207y, Good (Good to Firm in places)
- 6 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Won over 7f as a juvenile but by no means certain she truly stays this 1m2f. Beaten just a neck at Windsor over a mile off 4lb lower mark and doesn't look obviously well handicapped.
Won two 7f novice events last term and failed by just a length when beaten favourite at Doncaster last month looking one paced inside the distance. Step up may suit with stamina in female line and rates a contender on that score.
Two 1m2f wins on turf at Lingfield this term and only 3lb higher now. Should handle the track and with good apprentice negating the rise has to be there or thereabouts.
Won 7f AW Kempton nursery last September and has run creditably all starts since. Beaten just a short-head at Salisbury over this trip earlier in the term and will surely land a race before the season is out.
Much improved this summer for switch from AW to turf and has won three times, most recently over this distance at Ripon in July. Had typically troubled passage at Glorious Godwood last week but should go well if none the worse for that experience.
New Approach filly out of Italian Group 1 winner. Showed promise on debut at Newbury in June but has run disappointingly on two subsequent starts. Makes handicap bow and step up in trip should help. Worth noting for any market confidence.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Impressive Day||4||9-9||12/1||Full Result|
|T: G L MooreJ: T J Murphy|
Fabulous Red (5/2), Affina (3/1), Ashazuri (7/2), Winged Spur (5/1), Hollydaze (6/1), Imperial Choice (20/1)
- Fabulous Red
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