14:00 Lingfield Tue 18 September 2018
Made a winning debut over C&D at the end of last month. Yard in good form (4/19) at present and likely to play a leading role.
Unraced daughter of Holy Roman Emperor bought for €45,000 at the sales 12 months ago. Worth a check in the market on debut.
Good third at Ascot (7f, good-to-firm) on debut but failed to reproduce that form in two subsequent starts. Repeat of that debut effort would see her go close.
Unraced daughter of Exceed And Excel purchased for 145,000 gns at the breeze-up sales in April. Dam a Group 2 winner and market support would be interesting on debut.
Decent form in two starts so far including over 1m at Kempton last time out. Fifth that day and return to 7f should suit.
Placed over 6f at Wolverhampton on debut. Soft ground appeared not to suit at Carlisle (6f) subsequently and a return to the AW should suit stepping up in distance.
Well held 12th of 15 when making her debut at Goodwood (7f, good) earlier this month. Probably best watched at present.
Unraced home-bred Sea The Stars filly and a half-sister to winner Magnetique. Market support would be interesting on racecourse debut.
Trailed home tenth of 13 when debuting in a 7f contest at Newmarket (good-to-firm) last month. Others hold stronger claims.
Unraced filly by Charm Spirit bought for €80,000 as a yearling last autumn. Half-sister to a number of useful individuals and can go well on debut.
Fair fifth at Newbury (7f, good-to-firm) on debut in June. Below par in similar conditions at Newmarket the following month and interesting to see how she fares.
Caught the eye when finishing eighth in a 5f novice contest at Sandown (good-to-firm) in June. Represents a top yard and likely to appreciate this step up in distance.
Last Year's Winner
Vivionn (6/4), Annecy (5/2), Spanish Aria (9/2), Fleursals (12/1), French Twist (18/1), Mums Hope (20/1), Bruyere (20/1), Shape Of Water (25/1), Mystiquestar (25/1), Belle Chanel (25/1), Rainbow Spirit (33/1), Alate (66/1)
- Spanish Aria
- French Twist
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