16:50 Newmarket Sat 13 October 2018
Won a Nottingham Listed event on UK debut and has won a Group 3 and another Listed race in Germany since that success. Not the most consistent sort, as seen last time out at Baden Baden but she's capable at this level.
Two-time Listed winner in Germany and not disgraced in a Group 2 last time out at Baden Baden when ahead of her reopposing stablemate. Ought to make her presence felt here.
Won a Listed race at Haydock, beating a subsequent multiple Group race winner. Did too much too soon at Newcastle last time and can go well again here.
Arrives bidding for a four-timer after her impressive success here last week from out of the handicap but this is much tougher again and hard to make a case for.
Has enjoyed a good season that included a win here on the July course over this trip. However she was disappointing last time out in a handicap and would need sizable improvement to play a part here.
Fairly consistent and very useful on AW. Not seen to best effect at Ascot last week but she's better than that and may prefer this quicker surface.
A winner of five of her 10 starts and produced a career best at Pontefract last time. Needs more here though and may have wanted some cut in the ground to be seen at her best.
Group 3 winner over 7f here as a juvenile and gained her first win since at Salisbury last time out. Needs to build on that to have claims here but ground is in her favour and can't be ruled out.
Course winner over 7f earlier in the year but she's a handicapper and as her official ratings suggests, it's hard to see her play a part at this level.
Has been racing in Class 5/6 races of late without winning and it's hard to see why she's running up in this class of contest.
Useful juvenile who wasn't beaten all that far in Group 1 company here before a Listed success at Redcar but hasn't shown anything so far this year.
Group 3 winner at Royal Ascot on UK debut and produced her best effort for some time when placed in last week's Prix de l'Abbaye. First-time blinkers could see her to even better effect and she's the one to beat here if reproducing that form.
Not beaten far in Listed/Group 3 class on her last two starts. Still unexposed and she's interesting enough back at this kind of trip from an each-way perspective.
Very impressive when bolting up at Yarmouth and ran with credit when placed over C&D last time out but has plenty more on her plate here; needs to improve.
Won twice earlier in the campaign but last seen struggling in a handicap and has plenty to prove up at this level. First-time visor goes on.
Has won seven races but just one from 10 on turf. Finished in behind Perfection last time but better off at the weights with that rival this time and booking of De Sousa is a positive.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Eartha Kitt||3||9-0||5/1||Full Result|
|T: Tom DascombeJ: R Kingscote|
Perfection (3/1), Different League (3/1), Most Gifted (8/1), Poet's Vanity (8/1), Magical Dreamer (8/1), Classical Times (9/1), Maid In India (10/1), Rock On Baileys (12/1), Gorgeous Noora (16/1), Lucymai (16/1), Zain Hana (16/1), Marie Of Lyon (20/1), Rebel Surge (28/1), Celebrity (33/1), Emily Goldfinch (33/1), Darkanna (40/1), Artistica (50/1), Poyle Charlotte (66/1), Wotadoll (200/1)
- Different League
- Classical Times
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