15:00 Brighton Fri 10 August 2018
Closely matched with Roy Rocket on a line through Pour L'Amour on Chepstow form when positive tactics were adopted. No surprise to see her struggle over 1m6f last time when she missed the break and later found trouble. New headgear applied.
Has won five races this year, three under today's rider. Faces a stiffer test than when dominating a poor bunch at Chepstow and there will be more competition for the lead.
Beaten in a class 4 last time (0-8 at that level) but has won eight times here in lower grades. Has won off this mark in the none too distant past and should get the strong gallop he prefers.
Lost his way after romping home by 5L over C&D last year off a mark of 70. Appeared to be on the way back at Sandown last time and top young claimer adds to the appeal.
Have to go back to 2016 to find the last time he visited the winners enclosure and at times this year has looked less than cooperative with trying to remedy that. Seems to reserve his best for Lingfield these days and Brighton has similar features.
Enjoyed a good summer on the wet ground last year but has winning form on a quicker surface too. Has won following a break and represents last year's successful stable.
Winner off a mark off 66 and went well on Monday in a better race than this. Stable rarely leave here empty handed and she will be hard to beat if maintaining her current rate of progress.
Looks held by a couple of these on recent form and hard to see her shedding her maiden tag.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Ban Shoof||4||10-0||2/1||Full Result|
|T: G L MooreJ: Hector Crouch|
Poetic Steps (11/4), Light Of Air (3/1), General Brook (5/1), Hermosa Vaquera (15/2), Roy Rocket (8/1), Kath's Legacy (8/1), Fanoulpifer (12/1), Lady Natasha (20/1)
- Poetic Steps
- Light Of Air
- Roy Rocket
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