19:00 Kempton Wed 15 August 2018
Hard to fancy having shown poor form in bumpers and nothing any better when switched to the Flat at Chepstow (1m4f, good) or in 7f Wolverhampton maiden last time (sent off 200/1).
Henrythenavigator filly, tailed off on turf bow at Salisbury in May over 1m2f for Roger Charlton, well beaten over a mile here last week on debut for this yard, lots more needed.
Born To Sea filly, sent off 25/1 in Salisbury novice event over 7f (good to firm) last month and beat just one of six rivals home. May want a bit further than this in time.
Daughter of Dutch Art and a half-sister to multiple winners Drochaid and King Of Naples. Sent off 50/1 on debut at Chelmsford (1m, AW) and not completely without promise. Capable of improving.
Dawn Approach filly, half-sister to several winners, this 60,000 gns purchase shaped encouragingly on her debut at Yarmouth (6f, good to firm) and again at Newbury in decent fillies' novice last summer. Back from 405 days off, remains one to be in.
Swiss Spirit filly who cost only 3,000 gns as a foal, but is a half-sister to 5f winner Four Dragons. Well held at Salisbury in June over this trip on sole outing this term, can do better in time.
Declaration Of War filly, dam a winner and half-sister to two Group 3 winners and a Listed winner. Nothing to be positive about from two turf starts in the spring over 1m/1m2f, must improve for switch to the AW after a break.
Street Cry filly who should be at home in this sphere being out of a US 1m dirt winner. Shaped with promise on second start at Newcastle in March over a mile, not quite lasting home. Interesting back from a break and down to 7f.
85,000 gns yearling. First foal of a 5f-6f winning half-sister to the Group-placed 6f-7f winner Burnwynd Boy. Made little impression on turf debut last year and the market best guide on belated reappearance/AW bow.
Dutch Art filly who showed some ability on debut at Salisbury in May in 6f maiden on good to soft. Didn't really build on that next time at Windsor, given break since and returns for first AW start, up in distance.
Last Year's Winner
Jumeirah Street (5/2), Duchess Of Avon (3/1), Shikoba (10/3), Early Dawn (5/1), Heidi (6/1), Star Girl (25/1), Invincible Peace (33/1), Alucinado (33/1), Brogans Bay (33/1), Gracie Stansfield (100/1)
- Jumeirah Street
- Early Dawn
- Star Girl
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