19:50 Newcastle Fri 21 September 2018
Not always the easiest to predict but hard to make a case for after being beaten out of sight the last twice.
Well held second last start and generally struggling off higher. Finally back to last winning mark but needs to find extra to be involved.
Enjoying a progressive campaign and can be forgiven her run from two starts back when poorly positioned. Bounced back to win a stronger race at York and will be hard to beat without a penalty.
Doesn't look an easy ride and was hampered early on when a good third at Kempton. Could prove to be well handicapped if she learns to settle better.
Wins at Redcar and Windsor have made it two from four and as a full sister to Visionary is open to plenty of progress. However difficult to get carried away with bare form and more required off 3lb higher.
Expensive purchase for leading connections, however hasn't progressed in three handicap runs since Thirsk win and a bit to find with Forward Thinker. First-time visor applied.
Ran with promise when placed on her third start in novice company. Soft ground didn't suit on handicap debut but does need to improve on first start on the AW.
Giant's Causeway filly has shown big progress on each of three starts to date. Extra half furlong will help and could be on a decent mark on handicap debut.
12-race maiden who was well held at Redcar last time. Worth a try back up in trip but others look more progressive.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Ian WilliamsJ: Manuel Fernandes|
Ladies First (6/4), Forward Thinker (7/2), Bedwyyah (7/1), Warmhearted (7/1), Rinaria (14/1), Seek The Moon (16/1), Sheedy (16/1), Kylie Rules (25/1), Alexandrakollontai (33/1)
- Ladies First
- Seek The Moon
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