14:10 Salisbury Thu 16 August 2018
Showed a fair level of ability in novice/maiden company at 5f/6f, and not disgraced switched to nurseries last time, for all she failed to progress. Should find a race, but needs to find improvement now stepped up in trip.
Mastercraftsman half-sister to 2-y-o 7f winner Farandine. Looked as if the run would bring her on when fifth of 9 to Isle of Wolves in novice at Lingfield (7f, firm) last month, but readily held by Concello on that running.
Society Rock half-sister to three winners including useful 7f handicapper Stamp Hill. Bred to be sharp, but showed very little after a slow start on debut at Windsor on Sunday.
Society Rock half-sister to five winners, and shaped well when 2½L second of 9 to Isle of Wolves at Lingfield (7f, firm) on recent debut. Should improve, and yard has a 50% strike rate with juveniles here.
15,000 gns Medicean filly out of a 1m winner. Didn't show a great deal besides greenness on debut at Newmarket last month, and yard 0-27 with juveniles here in recent years.
Standout effort came on Polytrack at Kempton, and better judged on recent 6L fourth of 9 to Lorton in 6f novice at Ripon last time. Claims on that form, but not been shaping as if in need of further.
Poet's Voice filly out of a 1½m winner. Badly in need of the experience when down the field on racecourse bow at Windsor last month, and will do better in time.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Autumn Leaves||2||8-9||4/9||Full Result|
|T: C G CoxJ: R L Moore|
Concello (1/1), Canavese (7/2), Hawayel (5/1), Popping Corks (7/1), Coutts De Ville (12/1), Florence Rose (16/1), Sonnetina (20/1), Loving Life (66/1)
- Popping Corks
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