20:45 Chelmsford City Sat 13 October 2018
Makes her course debut on last winning mark and will appreciate the drop in grade following a solid run at Goodwood. Got a bit short of room there and will appreciate the extra furlong. Should be competitive.
Remains a maiden after 11 starts but on a really consistent run of form without winning. Drop in distance shouldn't be an issue but a bit more required off 3lb higher.
Comes here off the back of an eye-catching third at Brighton when having to come very wide. Sole win came over further and would ideally like a stiffer test but is still progressing and looks a leading contender.
Six-race maiden who had raced to a consistent level in four starts this campaign but looked an unconvincing stayer on first try at this trip when disappointing at Newmarket.
Lightly-raced and progressing quickly this season, culminating in a battling success after a protracted duel at Leicester. They pulled a long way clear of the third and the runner-up has franked the form since. Can kick on again upped in distance.
Maiden following six starts but is slowly progressing and ran her best race yet on first try at this distance. More to offer but will need extra again to gain breakthrough success.
Twice a winner in France but has struggled on her last four starts including the last twice since returning from hurdling. Best watched in first-time cheekpieces.
Showed promise on debut but has arguably gone backwards in two starts since. Extra test of stamina may help on handicap debut but a bit more required.
Bred to need this extra test of stamina and was staying on over a mile at Kempton. Could show big improvement on handicap debut and one to consider.
A better horse back on the AW but her form tailed off this year for Karl Burke. Makes new stable debut but remains with plenty to prove.
Last Year's Winner
Yaa Mous (5/2), Special Mission (7/2), Imperial Choice (4/1), Exeat (6/1), Peace Prevails (7/1), Deduce (12/1), Ashazuri (14/1), Alizeti (16/1), Skirrid Hill (33/1), Blue Harmony (66/1)
- Yaa Mous
- Peace Prevails
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