14:15 Windsor Sun 12 August 2018
Kyllachy filly ran well on debut when second of 16 at Newbury. She led until late on in a most promising racecourse bow. Third came out and won earlier in the week so form solid and chance here clear-cut.
Ran best race to date latest when beaten just ½L stepped back to 5f at Nottingham. Should handle return to 6f and seems to be progressing so expected to be in the thick of things at the business end.
Newcomer by New Approach is sister to a 6f-1m3f winner including at two and at Listed level and half-sister to six more winners. Trainer not prolific with two-year olds so probably best watched for now.
€24,000 newcomer by Society Rock is a half-sister to three winners including two juveniles. Trainer one from 15 with two-year-olds this term so probably come on for the run.
Beaten 5L into third at Goodwood on debut and same margin behind leading two-year-old Dark Vision at Yarmouth next time. Bumped into decent horses in both races to date so chance here in a race unlikely to be as strong.
18,000gns yearling by Helmet is a half-sister to a 1m winner at two. Bred to want a bit further and trainer has few two-year-olds (this just his second runner this season). May need time
Yet to beat a rival in two starts so far at Lingfield and Chepstow latest where blinker made little difference. Hard to make a case for.
Won an 18-runner York seller on debut before finishing third of six in a Doncaster novice. Probably needs to improve but will have support as the only previous winner in the field.
Filly by Captain Gerrard played up in the stalls on debut at Lingfield before racing keenly on the outer until she tired badly eventually being beaten some 15½L into seventh of eight. Hard to fancy.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Boreagh Lass||2||8-8||1/1||Full Result|
|T: H CandyJ: Harry Bentley|
Gallovie (4/6), Chains Of Love (4/1), Antonia Clara (11/2), Emerald Approach (10/1), Rita's Folly (14/1), Loving Life (16/1), Diva Bella (33/1), Heidiava (80/1), Powerage (100/1)
- Chains Of Love
- Rita's Folly
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