16:00 Chelmsford City Sat 15 September 2018
19-race maiden who is officially rated 63 and so she has plenty to find conceding weight in this company.
Home-bred daughter of Dubawi whose dam was successful twice on good ground at up to 1m2f in Ireland. Well-beaten in two slowly run races, but scope to step up on her reappearance and with yard's runners going better following a quiet spell.
Daughter of Dutch Art and a half-sister to multiple winners Drochaid and King Of Naples. Better effort last time to split rivals rated 70 and 56 but more needed again.
Shamardal filly, cost €470,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to several winners including Group 3 winner Stellar Mass. Form of her May reappearance has worked out well enough to giver her a leading chance if fit for return.
Clear form pick but she has been repeatedly exposed for a lack of gears and possible that may be exposed again back down in distance. Cheekpieces fitted.
Has not made much progress in three starts and she needs to step up considerably, even for a race that will take as little winning as this.
Never a factor on debut a year ago and likely to need this. Yard 2-44 with this age group on AW tracks.
Last Year's Winner
Saint Diana (5/4), Lady Momoka (9/4), Duchess Of Avon (7/1), Anaakeed (12/1), Sajanjl (12/1), Sea The Sunrise (16/1), Caledonia Duchess (22/1)
- Lady Momoka
- Saint Diana
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