17:40 Salisbury Fri 14 September 2018
Made all to record second success at Chepstow in July, and fine fourth of 14 on nursery bow at Newmarket. Excuses in listed company at Newbury since, and folly to dismiss given earlier promise.
Dual Haydock winner on fast ground, and possible to make excuses for a couple of dreadful efforts in nurseries given circumstances; capable of bouncing back, but risks are there for all to see.
Didn't shape that badly on first two starts, but still sent off 125/1 when winning a 6f maiden at Goodwood last time. No fluke about that success, and form is proving solid, so she must be considered.
Cost current connections £130,000 in June, but only been able to match her previous form, and best judged on latest close fourth in a Leicester nursery from this mark. Vulnerable to less-exposed rivals.
Winner on heavy ground here back in April, but she is a precocious type whose form levelled off a while ago, and she remains opposable on that basis.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Daddies Girl||2||8-13||5/1||Full Result|
|T: B R MillmanJ: S J Drowne|
Thriving (11/8), Muthhila (7/4), Feel Glorious (11/4), No More Regrets (4/1), Cotubanama (6/1), Sabai Sabai (6/1), Cupboard Love (14/1)
- Feel Glorious
- No More Regrets
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