14:00 Yarmouth Wed 19 September 2018
Finished last season winning off 2lb higher but yet to run anywhere near that level in four starts this year. On a good mark and down in grade but needs to find more. Stable also run Oh So Sassy.
Looked to be running into form when a narrow second at Windsor but well beaten in two starts since and others look more convincing.
Beaten favourite on her last two starts when disappointing. Blinkers now added and easing back in the weights but not certain this drop in trip will suit.
Best when able to dominate and seemed unsuited by slower ground at Nottingham. Form of her previous second over this C&D would put her in the mix again.
Just 1lb higher than last winning mark and heads here off the back of a decent third at Nottingham (The Lacemaker three lengths behind), however this ground likely to be much quicker than ideal.
Invincible Spirit filly who improved on her debut with a nice win at Lingfield. Was unruly before the start at Chelmsford and paid for that late on. Blinkers may help to settle her and looks on a good mark on handicap debut.
Won on soft ground for Richard Guest before held in a tough ask in Listed company last season. Makes belated seasonal and stable debut and probably best watched on this ground unless attracting significant support.
12-race maiden but on a consistent run of form and hit the line well at Bath that suggested she may be ready to try this trip again. Should be competitive again.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H PalmerJ: Josephine Gordon|
Poyle Charlotte (3/1), The Lacemaker (7/2), Princess Keira (5/1), Savannah's Show (6/1), Aaliya (15/2), Oh So Sassy (9/1), Syrian Pearl (11/1), Socialites Red (12/1)
- The Lacemaker
- Princess Keira
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