14:00 Beverley Thu 16 August 2018
This will be her 5th start and so far she's looked rather poor and none of her form would take her close to winning this. Others make far more appeal.
Newcomer who is the first foal of a winner in Italy at up to 1m. Has a awkward draw for her debut and would be a surprise winner on her debut.
Failed to make any progress from her debut when last seen at Chester over 5f and even with a decent draw she's not one to be interested in.
One of the more likely sorts in this having shown gradually progressive form in three starts and has already finished 2nd over C&D. Not badly drawn here given that she has experience already and should make her presence felt.
Plenty to like about her two starts so far with her Goodwood run last time being a taking one especially as she pulled hard early on. Now having her first try at 5f and looks the sort who has more to come in this lower grade.
Shaped better than her finishing position suggests on debut at Thirsk over this trip on slightly slower ground. Took a good hold and finished well under a hands-and-heels ride and sure to progress from that promising beginning.
Ran her best race last time out as her previous experience kicked in throughout the race. Hardly looks progressive though and would have more chance in handicaps where she already has a mark; not well drawn.
Debutante from a yard that are going well this season who is half-sister to several winners including one as a juvenile over 5f Rent For Free. Stable have a modest strike-rate with juveniles though and best watched despite a good draw.
Has a difficult draw for an unraced sort who is a sister to the useful 5f performer Roundhay Park (juvenile winner) and a half-sister to three winners. Yard are 1-21 with their two-year-olds this season.
Yard are 5-87 with their juvenile runners this year and don't often have debutante winners (the ones that are tend to be useful). First foal of a tough dam who was a winner at up to 1m.
Looked very inexperienced on her debut but showed ability and enough to work on for the future. Did get a little outpaced and 6f will suit better but should be able to put her experience to good use here.
Newcomer in the same ownership/stable as Rapture and likely to be the lesser fancied of the duo. Nicely-bred sort though with the dam a juvenile winner at up to 7f and a half-sister to some useful winners; one to watch in the market.
The better drawn of two debutante runners from the yard who is hooded for her debut. Has a good pedigree though being a half-sister to six winners with the dam also a 5f two-year-old winner; betting a guide to expectations.
Stable have another debutante in this and both have fared poorly with the draw. Pedigree gives some hope for the future but tongue-tie on for the debut and others appeal more.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Elnadim Star||2||9-0||11/4||Full Result|
|T: K A RyanJ: T Eaves|
Glass Slippers (5/4), Rapture (2/1), Que Amoro (9/2), Ginvincible (5/1), Heartstring (12/1), Rosebank (12/1), Seamisst (33/1), Jill Rose (40/1), Pringle (50/1), Nettie Honeyball (50/1), Donnago (66/1), Shall We Begin (66/1), Emily's Rose (80/1), No Bills (100/1), Allux Girl (250/1)
- Glass Slippers
- Que Amoro
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