17:00 Kempton Mon 5 November 2018
Beaten 21L and 16L in two races to date at Bath and at Lingfield (AW), both over today's trip. Easy to pass over here.
Bumped third on debut proved her best of four runs in that sphere and beaten 28L and 22L in two flat races since changing codes. Hard to be confident here.
Two races, two lasts so far and beaten 23L and 49L in those two races. Changes surfaces now but very hard to find positives overall.
165,000gns daughter of Dutch Art was slow away and then tired late on in her debut and lone race at Windsor back in August. Had a wind-op since and that plus the experience gained will hopefully see an improved effort.
Never threatening fourth of seven on debut at Bath (beaten 20L) and was on the backfoot before the bit slipped at Lingfield subsequently where she was pulled-up.
Some promise in AW debut at Chelmsford and improved on that when finishing a decent second on turf at Hamilton albeit she was beaten 3L by a comfortable winner. That form looks the best on offer and could be more to come.
Newcomer by super-sire Scat Daddy cost $150,000 as a yearling out of a very useful Canadian dam at 1m on dirt. Trainer having a bit of a quiet spell overall but surprise if this filly doesn't go well.
Not seen since her moderate debut at Newmarket in April where she could never land a blow and finished seventh of nine. That was a stronger race than this however and she has an appealing pedigree so could be involved here.
Last beaten 12L on debut at Wolverhampton and similar story there next when never involved and eventually sixth beaten 10½L. Placed effort the best she can hope for and that would require improvement.
Made debut at Chester over 1m2f on soft ground where she was never sighted and last of five beaten 35L. By Street Cry and from a US family so dare say this surface will suit much better and for a top yard she isn't written off just yet.
Always in rear on C&D debut and eventually beaten 19L into 10th of 11. Bargain basement buy and negatives outweigh the few positives overall.
Newcomer by Declaration Of War cost 85,000gns as a yearling and is out of a well related dam who was unplaced herself. Yard only ordinary record with newcomers but worth monitoring her in the market.
Tailed off in two bumpers over 1m5f at Huntingdon and Market Rasen where she patently didn't stay. Probably switched to the flat for more suitable distances but evidence far from compelling.
Newcomer by Kitten's Joy (sire of Roaring Lion) out of an unraced sister to a decent 1m winner. Won't have to be special to be involved so market check is recommended.
Last Year's Winner
Cloudlam (8/15), Elenora Delight (5/1), Daddy's Daughter (7/1), Beauty Salon (12/1), Falls Creek (12/1), Escape To The City (20/1), Queen Tomyris (33/1), The Aristocat (33/1), Brockagh Cailin (50/1), Roue De Charrette (50/1), Far Cry (66/1), Amy Kane (100/1), Helleberry (100/1), Havana Sunrise (100/1)
- Daddy's Daughter
- Elenora Delight
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