20:30 Haydock Fri 10 August 2018
Two years since her last win but went close to making all at Ayr two starts back at this level. Struggled since in hotter race at York but back to this grade she looks likely to go well again.
2lbs lower than her C&D 2L third here two starts back today. Disappointed since when last at Nottingham but that probably a stronger race. Not ruled out but yet to win at handicap level.
AW scorer unplaced in three previous turf starts and not run on the surface in 11 months. Would have to be every bit as effective on it to compete off current mark.
25/1 winner at Leicester in June has showed very little since beating just one rival home in last two starts. Won this race last year at 10/1 but would need more to repeat it.
Placed four times this season including all three races over this trip. Handicapper gradually easing his grip and looks capable of a big run now.
Newcastle AW winner has run respectably in three starts since including last two on turf. Return to 5f should help and expected to make a bold bid off current mark.
Two years since her lone win and form this season woeful in all four starts. Hard to fancy even if carrying her true mark but is actually 5lb out of the handicap.
Sixth of nine the best she has managed in six races to date. Clearly of very moderate ability and 5lb out of the handicap here. First time hood the only hope.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Teepee Time||4||8-11||10/1||Full Result|
|T: M MullineauxJ: Phil Dennis|
Miss Dd (2/1), Fumbo Jumbo (9/4), Teepee Time (11/2), Cherry Oak (6/1), Meerpat (7/1), Avon Green (14/1), Angel Eyes (33/1), Roman Times (50/1)
- Miss Dd
- Cherry Oak
- Fumbo Jumbo
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