19:15 Lingfield Sat 11 August 2018
Beaten favourite but ran well enough wen second at Ffos Las last time have also been runner-up on previous start at Newbury. Raised 6lb so has to take a step forward to score under top weight.
Three starts for Richard Hannon, finishing modest third of six at Brighton on second outing. Joined new yard only last week and makes handicap bow for yard having a quiet time of things.
Went close here on handicap bow over 5f last month and ran second again at Brighton last time off same mark. Shouldn't be far away once again if the race pans out for her.
Didn't show much in three starts this spring and was given a break, possibly to strengthen up. Retuns now on handicap bow and being a half-sister to four winners there may be better to come.
Hinted at a little ability on each of first three runs before a better effort last time when fourth of 13 on handicap debut at Ffos Las. Chance here if improving again from that run and is respected.
Didn't really see out 7f on two of first three runs. Challenged for the lead 1f out at Newbury latest on handicap bow before fading to finish fourth of six. More needed but has been given a chance off 4lb lower mark.
Hasn't run badly last two starts and was hampered latest when fifth in Wolverhampton 5f nursery. Wears first-time cheekpieces, has been dropped 3lb and has top rider on board, so is worth a second glance.
First run in a nursery having run with a little more promise on third and most recent start when sixth of 13 at Windsor. Respresents legendary jumps trainer who has precious few runners on the Flat.
Well beaten all four starts so far, including in Goodwood 5f seller last time out. Doesn't have too much to recommend her at present and others are readily preferred.
Showed little first two starts and no sign of improvement on return from gelding operation when last of seven in Salisbury maiden. Classy yard perseveres though and top jockey booked so maybe has a squeak off low rating.
Four runs so far and yet to give connections hope of even a place. Gelded prior to latest run when last of nine on handicap bow at Newbury and has been dropped 3lb.
Dutch Art filly whose dam was placed in Group company at this trip. Shown precious little to suggest she'll live up to her pedigree in three underwhelming efforts so far. Makes handicap bow off plater's mark with first-time cheekpieces.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Princess Lyla||2||9-6||12/1||Full Result|
|T: R HughesJ: S W Kelly|
Devils Roc (7/2), All Back To Mine (7/2), Sesame (11/2), Duke of Yorkie (6/1), Obaby (13/2), Amazing Fox (8/1), Global Goddess (8/1), Sybil Grand (11/1), Valentino Sunrise (12/1), Clevedon (14/1), Aegean Mist (20/1), Kg Passion (25/1), Laura Kenny (25/1)
- All Back To Mine
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