15:50 Sandown Wed 19 September 2018
Well related filly won on debut at Kempton in November (AW) before making it two from two under a penalty recently on return at Chelmsford (AW). Still very much unexposed so of interest although lack of turf experience a slight concern.
Well bred filly won well at Newmarket on second start but was then a victim of a big upset when turned over at 1/12 at Wolverhampton in a three runner race. Surely better than that and will need to be but too early to give up on her.
Three-time two-year-old winner at up to 7f but has put in four laboured efforts in as many races this season. Hard to fancy now.
Dual 6f winner at two and ran two decent races to start this campaign back in the spring over 7f. Well beaten on return after a break on AW so bit to prove now but expecting better now with fitness boosted.
Been placed in her last four starts, all 1m handicaps at different venues. Handicapper keeps up the pressure so again a placed effort more likely but too consistent to ignore.
Lightly raced this season and after two good runs she appeared a doubtful stayer at 1m2f the last twice. Given a break since and may find this trip more to her liking so is of interest particularly with the champion jockey in the saddle.
Four-time placed maiden again went close latest when third of five at Windsor. Handicap unchanged so similar possibilities here but blinkers an interesting addition and chances if they make a positive difference.
Beaten a short head at Windsor penultimately (neck ahead of Daybreak) and filled same spot latest at Kempton on the AW. Raised 1lb for each of those but obviously in good form so rated a leading contender.
Off the mark latest over 1m1f at Carlisle where she finished strongly to land the odds. Raised 3lb for that and may find this tougher with the return to 1m not sure to suit.
Last Year's Winner
|9||Uae Queen||3||8-13||14/1||Full Result|
|T: R VarianJ: Jack Mitchell|
Lush Life (9/4), Rawdaa (5/2), Akvavera (5/1), Miss Mumtaz (6/1), Hunni (12/1), Golden Iris (12/1), Electric Landlady (20/1), She Believes (20/1), Daybreak (33/1)
- Lush Life
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