18:55 Hamilton Thu 13 September 2018
Rapidly improving filly who has won three of her last five with two defeats coming here. However she has previously won over this C&D and capable of going close again despite 6lb penalty.
Yet to add to debut success but first try back at this trip since. That could prove a positive after two seconds in both starts in handicap company. Has proved costly to follow as a four-time beaten favourite but should be competitive.
Runner-up in last season's Listed Two-Year-Old Trophy at Redcar and gained a second career win at Chepstow. Quick ground against her at Windsor and is still open to improvement, however a tough mark on handicap debut.
Had Yes You behind off worse terms when winning over this C&D in what was a third success this year. The drop back from 7f proved ideal and much prefers these underfoot conditions. Looks a leading contender.
Debut winner for Mick Channon but a backward step next time.. Has since changed hands twice, the latest for just £2,500. Tough ask in Listed class on return but doesn't look very well handicapped for first run in this grade.
Has loved this track in the past but despite 2lb drop in the weights still needs further assistance from the handicapper after disappointing the last twice.
Won twice over this C&D for her previous stable last year. Well below that in two starts this campaign and although return to this trip and a softer surface will help, remains best watched.
Last Year's Winner
Nuns Walk (2/1), Beauty Filly (5/2), Yes You (11/4), Flying Sparkle (13/2), Short Call (25/1), Economic Crisis (40/1), Souls In The Wind (40/1)
- Nuns Walk
- Yes You
- Beauty Filly
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