15:30 Ffos Las Sun 16 September 2018
Struggled in the main this season and handicap mark is falling as a result. Wears cheekpieces for the first time in this contest.
Broke her maiden when wining over C&D on good-to-soft ground a month ago. Raised 8lb for that victory but remains unexposed.
Victorious on good ground over 1m at Chepstow last time out. Cheekpieces worn for the first time that day are retained as she attempts to defy a 3lb rise in the weights.
Completed a double when winning over 1m2f at Ayr (good) in August. Held twice since and drop in trip shouldn't inconvenience too much.
Made a winning handicap debut in a 1m AW contest at Kempton in July. Decent fifth over the same C&D subsequently and is interesting on her return to turf.
Winner of a handicap over this distance at Chepstow (good) last time out. Has to defy a 6lb rise in the weights if she's to follow-up on this occasion.
Put a disappointing effort behind her when finishing a head second over 7f at Epsom (good-to-soft) three weeks ago. Making just her second appearance over this distance.
Beaten 12L when finishing third over 7f at Catterick (good-to-firm) in a novice contest last time. Worth a check in the market on handicap debut.
Career best effort in finishing runner-up over 7f at Chepstow (good) last time out. Raised 1lb for that success and tongue tie worn for the first time that day is retained.
Dual winner most recently on heavy ground over 1m2f at Salisbury in April. Placed over the same distance on good going a month ago and interesting to see how she fares back down in distance.
12 race maiden has finished third the last twice. Beaten 1L over 1m on soft ground at Chepstow a month ago and of interest despite racing from out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
Ana Lichious (9/2), Maggie Jonks (5/1), Geranium (6/1), It's Not Unusual (7/1), Zapateado (8/1), Jazzy Girl (8/1), Born To Please (9/1), Gainsay (10/1), Kyllachys Tale (12/1), So Hoity Toity (14/1), Summer Angel (20/1)
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