14:30 Lingfield Tue 18 September 2018
Unraced daughter of Big Bad Bob and a half-sister to a couple of useful performers in Sacha Park and Pythius. Market support would be interesting on debut.
Unraced daughter of War Front bought for 300,000 gns as a yearling in October last year. Dam a Grade 1 winner at two and represents a leading stable on debut.
Unraced home-bred daughter of Charm Spirit and a half-sister to a number of useful individuals including Al Shemali and Tungsten Strike. Interesting runner on debut.
Held on both starts to date including in a good ground 6f contest at Salisbury last month. Probably best watched at present.
Good effort in finishing 2L fifth over 7f at Newmarket (good-to-firm) when debuting last month. Yard in great form at present (11/35) and is one for the shortlist in this contest.
Unraced daughter of Delegator bought for £9,000 at the sales in June. Half-sister to a winner but probably best watched on debut.
Unraced Dark Angel filly sold for £110,000 as a yearling in August last year. Half-sister to winner Moritzburg and market support would be notable on debut.
Unraced New Approach filly and a half-sister to the useful Lucie Manette. Interesting contender for a stable with a 27% strike-rate (8/30) in recent weeks.
Ran well for a long way prior to weakening into fourth in a 6f novice event at Windsor (good) when debut last month. Step up in trip not certain to suit.
Improved effort in finishing a neck second in a 7f novice contest at Kempton last time out. Hails from a top yard and remains open to improvement.
Unraced home-bred daughter of Mayson bought back in for £600 at the sales in March. Probably best watched on debut.
Last Year's Winner
Asaatier (2/1), Romola (9/4), Night Secret (4/1), Hostess (9/2), Alexa Rose (11/2), Compassionate (16/1), Petits Fours (25/1), Padmavati (25/1), Adena Star (33/1), Cool Kitty (33/1), Midoura (50/1), We Are All Dottie (100/1)
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