14:50 Wolverhampton Fri 10 August 2018
Won a Leicester novice event (5f) in May and was beaten just 2½L in the Hilary Needler at Beverley next time. Well held in Newbury Super Sprint latest, but has the strongest form on offer here and should take some beating.
Declared at Brighton on Wednesday. Won Lingfield claimer (6f) on turf last month and has already won a Goodwood seller. Has a fair bit to find with the likely favourite here, but certainly has place claims.
1,000gns two-year-old. Dam fourth in 7f maiden at two, half-sister to US 6f stakes winner Indigo River (by Kodiac). Blinkers on for debut and looks best watched.
Well beaten in all three starts so far. Drops into this grade for the first time with the champion jockey booked and headgear on. Market check advised.
Well held in both starts so far in novice company and now drops into a seller. This looks more realistic, but not easy to see her outclassing one or two of these yet, even with improvement.
Posted her best effort so far last time out at Bath and if she could repeat or better it then she would have frame claims here, now dropped in grade.
Blinkers go on today, but she was last of 13 on her handicap debut last time and has not shown enough yet to suggest that she can be a major player even in this grade.
Has made the frame a couple of times at Bath, albeit without threatening to win, and was also second on Kempton's Polytrack. Has enough form to suggest that she could join battle for some more prize money now dropped in grade.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Flo's Melody||2||9-0||11/4||Full Result|
|T: R A FaheyJ: T Hamilton|
Good Tyne Girl (4/7), Solesmes (7/2), Go Annie Go (6/1), Thegreyvtrain (9/1), Lippy Lady (12/1), Actuality (16/1), County Peckham (20/1), Fanny Grand (33/1), Merarani (66/1)
- Good Tyne Girl
- Go Annie Go
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