16:00 Newton Abbot Fri 12 October 2018
Returning from a long break when pulled up at Uttoxeter last month. Down 3lb, but may need another run to bring her to peak fitness.
Faller over C&D in August, but made amends over longer trip at this venue last month. Drop in distance should not pose a problem, but has to cope with a 6lb rise.
Beaten 16L when runner-up over C&D last time. Runs off the same rating and has a break since May to overcome.
Runner-up on both starts last month, latterly under this jockey, and remains on a competitive mark. Has solid each-way claims once again.
Wincanton winner in March, but went up 10lb to current mark and was third, beaten 19L, on only subsequent outing. Bit to find on her first run since April.
Good runs, following a break, on last two starts at Worcester. Competes off the same mark and stable is among the winners.
Off the track since being beaten a long way at Kempton in April. Stable in much better form now, but improvement is needed off 2lb lower.
Fourth to an in-form horse over fences on last outing at Uttoxeter in July. Returns to hurdling off 4lb higher and cheekpieces are fitted for the first time.
Scored twice at this venue in the summer before going up in the weights and finishing a distant 14th of 15 over C&D in June. Has been given a break and may be capable of bouncing back in first-time cheekpieces.
Making her handicap debut when only 10th of 12th, beaten a long way, at Warwick last month. Down 5lb, but needs significant improvement.
Has made little impact in four starts over hurdles. Handicap debut on first start since February and is hard to make a strong case for.
Lightly raced in the last couple of years and has been pulled up on last two starts, the latest in April. Readily opposed until showing more.
Stable companion of Dartmoor Girl and similarly difficult to fancy following an absence of 416 days unless the market speaks heavily in her favour.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J W MullinsJ: Daniel Sansom|
Midnight Glory (5/2), Lucca Lady (9/2), Included (9/2), Miss Mash (5/1), Rosemary Russet (5/1), Western Sunrise (6/1), Daytime Ahead (14/1), Amour D'or (14/1), Just For Tara (20/1), Lee Side Lady (33/1), Poetic Lady (33/1), Flighty Filia (50/1), Avithos (66/1), Dartmoor Girl (100/1)
- Miss Mash
- Midnight Glory
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