15:45 Carlisle Wed 12 September 2018
Done little in two starts to suggest she'll be doing anything other than making up the numbers here.
Sent off 125-1 for Newcastle debut and finished last of 12, beaten over 20l. No realistic chance of success here on that.
Has run to a similar level on both starts and has at least shown some ability, having finished a staying-on fourth at Thirsk last time out. That's only moderate form but still makes her one of the main contenders here.
Pastoral Pursuits filly that's bred to have a bit of speed but yard rarely have 2yo winners here and even less so first time up. Best watched.
Showed a little bit more on her second start at Ayr, despite only beating one home. Different ground conditions to cope with, and may be one of more interest in nurseries after today.
Kyllachy filly that was getting the hang of things late on her debut at Beverley, finishing midfield. Ought to improve on that and if handling the slower conditions, is one of the more likely ones.
Has only beaten one horse home in two starts, tailed off both times, and looks of limited ability on what we've seen so far.
There's some encouragement to be taken from her pedigree that this could be a suitable test on debut but yard just 3-63 with their 2yos here, and that is offputting, even in an event as weak as this.
Sent off 50-1 and 100-1 for her two starts so far and has shown very little. Not hard to look elsewhere for the winner.
Stepped up on her Kempton debut when fourth at Chelmsford last time, travelling well but finding less than expected for pressure. Nevertheless, that form makes her the one to beat, so if handling the ground, holds a clear chance.
Some promise on her debut at Thirsk but took a backwards step at Nottingham latest. Step back up to 6f may help, and if getting back on track, could challenge for places in a very modest contest.
Last Year's Winner
Rosebank (11/4), Musical Sky (10/3), Unbeatable Dancer (10/3), Summer Daydream (8/1), Mythical Pursuits (8/1), War Tigress (12/1), Oh Yes Please (16/1), Cuban Sun (25/1), Fflur (33/1), Lady Shanawell (66/1), Swiss Lady (66/1), Se Green (100/1), Caledonia Lass (100/1)
- Musical Sky
- Unbeatable Dancer
- War Tigress
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