14:00 Plumpton Mon 5 November 2018
Has shown some potential in a couple of bumpers and should be suited by this rise in trip. More needed, but wouldn't rule her out from being more competitive.
Dual bumper winner in the spring. Sent off at 7-2, but fell at the first on her hurdles debut at Fontwell in August. Remains a filly of some potential and should be very competitive granted a clear round.
Moderate in bumpers and failed to shine when switched to this discipline in the spring. Blinkers retained here, and in good hands, but does need improvement on her return to action.
Making gradual improvements since going hurdling, but requires another significant step up to trouble the leading players here.
Runner-up in an Irish point-to-point on debut. Improved on that on stable/rules debut at Warwick, when making the frame in maiden company. That looks decent form in context, and with improvement likely, she should go close.
Well held in a trio of Fontwell bumpers. Much improvement needed on her switch to hurdles.
Has failed to make any impact so far in two bumpers and a hurdle. Best watched.
Was gifted an Irish point-to-point on her only start to date when chief opponent fell at the last. Since bought for £12,000 and makes rules debut here. Trip looks a good starting point and she is respected.
Irish point-to-point winner on her sixth and most recent start in May. Not sold (£3,500) shortly after. Out of half-sister to 2m5f-3m3f hurdle/chase winner Shardam. Market check on rules debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton|
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