18:50 Worcester Wed 15 August 2018
Point-to-point winner who showed little over hurdles for Henry De Bromhead in Ireland. Makes her English debut after the best part of a year on the sidelines with cheekpieces fitted.
Off the mark at the ninth attempt when scoring over C&D last time. Connections remain in fine form and she looks a major player despite her 7lb rise in the weights.
Won both her point-to-points in Ireland, but has not been the same force over hurdles. Not disgraced when third of eight at Bangor last time and this step up in distance could suit.
Remains a maiden after 17 starts, 14 of them over hurdles. Inching down the handicap, but her case is hardly compelling.
Only win in 11 starts over hurdles came at Newton Abbot in June, last year. Not disgraced on last two outings, however, and has each-way claims despite having stamina to prove.
On long, losing run when trained in Ireland by Joseph O'Brien. First run for a yard which does particularly well with other trainer's cast-offs so far from a forlorn hope with the champion jockey on board.
Registered her third win over hurdles when scoring at Bangor last time. Up 5lb, but should be thereabouts under her 7lb claimer.
More letters than numbers next to her name. Connections reach for a hood for the first time and she looks the second string to the yard's Outrageous Romana.
Unplaced in six races over hurdles and was pulled up over 2m at this venue last time. Impossible to make a case for.
Beaten out of sight in four starts for current trainer. Runs from 7lb out of the handicapper, so first-time cheekpieces need to produce astonishing improvement.
Last Year's Winner
Outrageous Romana (3/1), Undisputed (7/2), So Sorry Sarah (9/2), Sauvignon (5/1), Marvellous Monty (13/2), Northern Beau (9/1), White Lilac (25/1), Rubys Cube (40/1), Celer Et Audax (50/1), Aine's Choice (50/1), Starlit Night (66/1)
- So Sorry Sarah
- Outrageous Romana
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