14:30 Lingfield Sat 15 September 2018
Sea The Stars filly that made a winning introduction at Newmarket last month, showing a good attitude to win by a head. Penalty to carry makes life harder but sure to progress again, and every chance of the follow up if handling the surface.
Oasis Dream filly, bred to have a bit of speed about her but yard just 2-43 with their 2yos first time up in the past year and on that, easy enough to look elsewhere for the winner.
Zoffany filly that beat just one home on her Salisbury debut, well beaten off. Looks to need more time and others readily preferred.
Lawman filly that almost made it a winning debut at Yarmouth last month, knew her job and tried to make all but just picked off late. Hard to evaluate that form (only a four runner affair) but should improve off the back of it.
More Than Ready filly that was very green on her debut at Haydock in June, looking as if the experience would bring her on plenty. Not seen since though, and that asks a question in itself. Market probably the best guide as to chance.
Cape Cross filly, bought for 55,000gns earlier in the year and looked in need of time and more of a trip after her Kempton debut last month. Will improve at some point but needs a lot more to score here.
Noble MIssion filly that's been well beaten both starts to date, although dropped a hint that better may be to come at Goodwood last time (suffered interference). May hold a better chance in nurseries after today.
Camelot filly, breeding suggests she will find this a bare minimum as far as trip goes and yard just 3-24 first time up with their 2yos. Best watched today.
Toronado filly that has shown plenty of promise in two starts, good second at Newbury last time (clear of the third) and step up to 1m will suit. Has a small break to overcome but every chance on form and looks a big player.
Last Year's Winner
Layaleena (4/6), Dubai Blue (7/2), Tronada (7/1), Innocent (10/1), Dinastia (12/1), Tamachan (16/1), Beau Jacque (18/1), Octavia Minor (25/1), Come Back To Me (50/1)
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