16:35 Windsor Sun 12 August 2018
Dual winner last term including here over 6f. Back-to-back seconds last twice including over C&D latest where she reared leaving the stalls. Cheek-pieces added today and looks to be off a mark she can win off at present.
Seven-time winner returned from 11-month absence with a decent third at Nottingham ten days ago. Should have come on fitness wise and current mark probably fair but must avoid the dreaded bounce here.
Dual C&D scorer in 2017 has had a stop-start campaign this year. Only beat one home in recent race at Lingfield and too many doubts to fancy at present.
Without a success in 10 starts this term but takes a drop in class here. Below par at York latest but running well enough before that and has to be a big player here 7lb below last winning mark.
Made the frame in almost half of her career races and a winner first time out this year at Bath. Two fourths since but gets 2lb back today so will be hopeful of yet another first three finish.
Only competitive once in five starts this term at Chepstow two starts back but flopped since when last at Lingfield. Chance off this weight at her best but recent efforts suggest that unlikely.
Unsuccessful in six starts to date this term although generally competitive of late. Handicap continues to slide so has each-way possibilities today.
Things didn't go to plan latest at Epsom but couple of decent runs from the front before that at Bath. First race over the minimum trip but it could be what he wants so merits respect.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Vimy Ridge||5||9-5||11/4||Full Result|
|T: A BaileyJ: Joshua Bryan|
Madame Bounty (5/2), Tylery Wonder (4/1), Ladweb (4/1), Jeopardy John (6/1), Vimy Ridge (9/1), Edged Out (12/1), Silverrica (12/1), Babyfact (14/1)
- Madame Bounty
- Tylery Wonder
- Jeopardy John
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