16:10 Goodwood Wed 26 September 2018
Landed a hat-trick latest when stepped back to 1m2f, making light of heavy ground at Haydock. Not stopping when winning over 1m4½f at Chester, the furthest she's gone so far so should stay and has to be feared in current vein of form.
Lightly raced four-year-old was third in a Haydock Group Three and second in a Clairefontaine Listed race before outclassed latest by subsequent St Leger second Lah Ti Dar. Steps up in trip now and could be a big player in first-time blinkers.
Former French trained filly was third in a Listed race in only previous try over this distance on soft ground. Not performed at near that level in two starts for current yard albeit both over shorter trips. Others make more appeal.
Not won since 2m Ascot win first time out last season. Form this season average although latest run at York (2m½f) after a break was slight improvement. Handles cut in the ground but vulnerable to less exposed types at this trip.
Three time winner over this trip last season but out of luck in 2018. Form this season not bad apart from two 2m races so can't be ignored altogether especially now back to last winning mark.
Landed back-to-back AW novice wins and showed she handles turf next despite being beaten as an odds-on favourite when second at Newmarket over this trip for the first time on handicap debut. Slow pace against her there but big chance again now.
Won four of first five starts for this yard and showed she relishes testing conditions during that run. Back to form latest at Doncaster after a rare sub-par run at Epsom so still of interest and worth a go at this trip for the first time.
Won first four starts as a two-year-old from 7f-1m. Just the one race this term when she flopped at Chelmsford way back in May over 1m. Long absence since but very interesting she gets huge step up in trip given her renowned shrewd trainer.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Renfrew Street||4||9-9||11/1||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: J Fanning|
Elasia (3/1), Lorelina (10/3), Pretty Jewel (9/2), Codicil (5/1), What A Home (11/2), Fire Jet (10/1), Graceland (16/1), Luire (25/1)
- What A Home
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