17:05 Windsor Sun 12 August 2018
Unexposed at this trip having run over 1m1f and 1m6f in two starts this term finishing seventh in each. Overall form leaves a bit to be desired but at least has scope for improvement in very weak contest.
Unplaced in all 11 career starts but latest fourth over 1m2f at Lingfield rates one of her better efforts and with 2lb back now she has a chance to gain first top three finish.
Threatened to make break-through a couple of times for Karl Burke with close third at Redcar and fourth at Lingfield. Ran well enough on debut for this yard at Sandown when fourth and looks one of the more likely sorts.
Ran best race to date two starts back when second at Lingfield albeit a soundly beaten one. Not as good since at Chepstow but with another drop in the handicap she could go well here.
Latest effort when 5L fourth of 14 was a positive one especially considering the winner fairly bolted up subsequently. Probably brings the best piece of form to the table here so rates a leading contender.
Competitive in handicaps over 7f and 1m this term. Looked worth a step up in trip latest at Bath but this quite a leap. If he stays he has a chance but there has to be doubts.
Placed hurdler has shown next to nothing in five starts on the level. Totally unexposed over this sort of trip and ought to be better for it but huge leap of faith required.
Beaten just three rivals home in as many starts. 200/1 and 150/1 for latest two in 6f maidens. Had a lengthy layoff and takes a huge jump up in trip. Any support would be interesting given she is bred for this sort of test.
6f debut winner at Ffos Las hasn't built on that. Hasn't showed anything in two starts for current yard including latest when upped to 1m2f. Up again in trip and only previous winner in the field.
Unplaced in all six career starts and even struggled in lowly selling contests the last twice. 1lb out of the handicap and of very moderate ability.
Last Year's Winner
Time To Perfection (11/4), Balgowlah (10/3), Dubai Landmark (9/2), Macho Mover (13/2), Stay In The Light (13/2), Sigrid Nansen (14/1), Mistress Nellie (20/1), Enforcement (25/1), Greeneyedafghan (25/1), Stylish Grace (33/1)
- Dubai Landmark
- Stay In The Light
- Time To Perfection
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