16:10 Haydock Thu 9 August 2018
Gained her fifth career success latest when impressive winner of a 5f handicap at Goodwood. Upped 9lb for that win and quicker ground here likely against her so this rates a tougher task.
Won two small field contests over 5½f at Bath, both on firm ground in July. Revised rating saw her struggle last time at Ascot and it may be that the handicapper now has her measure.
Terrific record having won four of seven career starts. Won over C&D two starts back on good ground before shade disappointing at York under 6lb more. Still progressing so too early to think the handicapper has caught up with her.
Dual AW scorer built on two promising efforts to start this campaign when winning first turf race at Newmarket (July) last time out. Not harshly treated by the handicapper for that success but this is a tougher race.
Three-year-old is two-from-two this season having won a novice event at Donacaster and first handicap at Nottingham latest. 8lb higher in this tougher race but unexposed and clearly talented so must be respected.
Made a promising start to her career winning two of three starts to date with latest success coming in a Novice contest at Newcastle (AW). This a tough place to start in handicaps but obviously unexposed and open to more improvement.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W J HaggasJ: D Tudhope|
Under The Covers (11/4), Gorgeous Noora (3/1), Zip Along (4/1), Maid In India (9/2), Queens Gift (6/1), Magical Dreamer (7/1), Show Stealer (8/1)
- Magical Dreamer
- Zip Along
- Maid In India
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