15:20 Yarmouth Thu 9 August 2018
1-28 record but has claims on best efforts last season and has since dropped 8lb so any market interest would be worth noting.
Has gone well on his last two starts, both at this venue, when performing to a level good enough to win this.
Has gone three years without a win and has been well beaten on last eight starts including his recent stable debut.
Shaped well at Lingfield on penultimate start when a tongue-tie was added. Got trapped wide next time when running below that standard and an absence of two months suggests there was a problem.
Beat a similarly poor lot at Chepstow to take her record to 2-2 off marks of 45. Up 3lb here with another 2f to travel, but her previous run over an extended mile at Nottingham suggests she will still be competitive.
Makes her handicap debut over a trip more in line with her pedigree. Stable have gone 126 days without a winner.
Well-backed on handicap debut when ultimately no match for an enterprisingly ridden winner. Every chance she can one better off the same mark.
Yet to trouble the judge in seven starts, the last two off a similar basement mark. Needs to improve dramatically.
Beaten a long way on all starts and, although it might be too early to rule out any chance of improvement, she has to turn over a completely new leaf to have any chance of getting competitive.
Last Year's Winner
King Oswald (11/4), Oakley Mimosa (3/1), Captain Sedgwick (9/2), Edge (9/2), Castle Talbot (5/1), Molten Lava (7/1), Ruby's Gem (11/1), Hidden Dream (28/1), Tilsworth Rose (40/1), Aldbury Lass (50/1)
- Oakley Mimosa
- King Oswald
- Captain Sedgwick
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