14:00 Brighton Mon 10 September 2018
Showed her well being and got off the mark when landing a 5½f handicap at this track eight days ago. Slightly longer distance of this race is not an issue, but 6lb penalty makes life tough.
Still a maiden after 10 starts, but showed enough when runner-up on her latest run at Kempton to suggest she can put that right before too long. Has been raised 2lb, which is not ideal.
Only two wins from 42 starts, but the latest of those came a week ago over C&D when she scored decisively in selling company under this jockey. Turned out under a 6lb penalty and has obvious claims.
Veteran who has 10 wins on her CV. Not as good as she used to be, but can still be effective on her day as she showed when bolting up at Nottingham off 5lb lower in June. Looks to have her share of weight.
First run in a handicap when a creditable fourth of seven at Bath last week. Races off the same mark and enters calculations with improvement on the cards.
Only four runs so far, the latest of which saw her finish last of seven in her first handicap at Salisbury. Has been dropped 2lb, but has a bit to prove.
Winner on the Kempton AW for Brett Johnson in March. Couple of decent efforts since joining current yard and should be competitive off this handicap rating.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Storm Cry||3||9-7||5/2||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: David Probert|
Arcanista (11/8), Flora Tristan (9/2), Dusty (9/2), Whitecrest (6/1), Compton Abbey (11/1), Dream For Life (16/1), Copilot (20/1)
- Dream For Life
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