17:15 Ludlow Wed 10 October 2018
Flat bred filly opened her account on heavy ground before running well under a penalty on latest start on soft. Form lacks substance and questions to answer concerning quicker ground.
2-5 in point-to-points and runner-up in the other three. Form looks questionable and she has been beaten in one race by a rival with an official chase mark of 82. On the plus side her yard are 3-13 in bumpers around here.
By Derby winner Pour Moi out of a mare who won twice on the Flat in and who has produced two winners on the level in France and Hong Kong. Interesting pedigree on debut for an in-form yard, but the fitting of a hood on debut is a red flag.
Unraced Scorpion filly with bags of stamina in her pedigree on the dam's side. Trainer has a career 1-69 record in bumpers.
By Flemensfirth out of a mare who won two bumpers including the Listed mares bumper at Sandown. Heavily backed on debut and cruised into contention only to find little when asked. Has since changed a yard that do well with this type.
Related to three bumper winners, two of whom wanted bottomless ground. Being by Sulamani the fast conditions as forecast will be fine and her last run here in May confirmed she had learnt from her debut.
Yeats mare is a half-sister to useful hurdler/chaser Aqua Dude. Form of her latest run at Clonmel has been taking knocks, but she arrives with her fitness proven and under a rider who is 2-4 for the stable.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Jamie SnowdenJ: G Sheehan|
Miss Heritage (2/1), Ruby Tiger (2/1), Mrs Hyde (9/2), Trixie Mc (5/1), Burn Baby Byrne (10/1), Hanna Hvar (14/1), Lady Sally (33/1)
- Trixie Mc
- Miss Heritage
- Mrs Hyde
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