13:40 Wolverhampton Fri 17 August 2018
Off the mark over C&D in June and bounced back from a couple of ordinary efforts when just touched off at Brighton. Up 1lb which leaves her slightly vulnerable.
First career success over C&D last month and went close at this venue again under a penalty last time. More to do off this higher rating, but is clearly going the right way.
In good form over C&D earlier this year, but not so successful recently. Runs off 1lb lower than last winning mark and would be a major threat if first-time blinkers spark a revival.
Nothing to write home about in four starts so far, including when last in a handicap on her latest outing dropped back to 5f. Respected stable, but has plenty to prove.
Bits of promise on first three outings in maiden/novice company last September, all of them on heavy ground. Failed to land a blow on handicap bow at Newcastle the following month and has questions to answer after her lay-off.
Still looking for her first win after seven attempts, but best run came when a close second over C&D in November. Not at her best last time and needs to bounce back to form.
Won twice for Richard Fahey last season, but four runs for current yard have been underwhelming. Has dropped to a lenient mark, but needs to show much more in first-time cheekpieces.
Well held on recent starts on turf and AW record of no placings in five runs is not encouraging. Handicap rating continues to fall.
Maiden who has been placed only once in 15 runs. Beaten out of sight in a first-time visor at Thirsk earlier this month and is hard to make a case for.
Has shown nothing in five starts in novice company. First run in handicap company with a tongue tie and cheekpieces fitted, but can only be considered if there is market support.
Last Year's Winner
Ingleby Molly (1/1), Peggie Sue (3/1), Brockey Rise (7/1), Alaskan Bay (10/1), Boodley (14/1), Pranceabootthetoon (25/1), Isabella Ruby (40/1), Eyes of Fire (50/1), Flo's Melody (50/1), Nunnery Lane (66/1)
- Ingleby Molly
- Peggie Sue
- Brockey Rise
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