16:05 Warwick Fri 9 November 2018
Only modest form posted so far and it'll be surprising if nothing comes out of the pack to eclipse her achievements up to press.
Unraced half-sister to Hunters Hoof and Huntress, who both made an impact on the Jumps scene at a modest level. Cost €35,000 as a 3-y-o and hails from an in-form yard. One to monitor in the betting.
Finished in front of just one rival on debut at Stratford and looked unruly before the start. Yard respected but this filly would appear to be a long term prospect on the evidence available.
Posted a sound effort when second on debut at Doncaster back in January of this year but was well beaten when sent to Aintree for a Grade 2 at the National meeting. This is a lot easier; has to merit consideration.
Unraced daughter of a bumper winner, and half-sister to the useful Ross River, a winner over hurdles and fences at up to 3m when at his best. Worth a betting check even though her stable is quiet.
Cost €75,000 and has an eye-catching pedigree for the jumps scene. has shown promise in two starts at Newton Abbot and can be expected to be plugging on when others have had enough. Place claims at least.
Makes limited appeal on breeding and is probably best watched on her debut; yard is going well just now but may have to wait until this filly has experience to draw from before they can see a return on the time invested so far.
Cost £26,000 and has plenty of winners among her siblings on the ground. Yard capable of having a bumper winner but the betting can guide as to expectations held on this occasion.
Out of a half-sister to the useful Muirhead and the decent Leatherbelucky, the mare certainly looks bred for the game. Her yard isn't noted for winners in this sphere, however, and others look more convincing on paper at least.
Won mares maiden point-to-point at Quakerstown in Ireland; swapped hands for £60,000 aftwerwards at Cheltenham and looks a bright prospect. Yard among the winners. One for the shortlist.
Runner up in a couple of point-to-points before joining her current yard. Cost £25,000 at the April sales in Cheltenham and is bred to be effective over jumps. May just need this and looks one for the future.
A half-sister to winners that include high-class chaser Balder Succes, as well as Four Roses Succes (a 2m3f winner over hurdles); yard can have one ready, so merits a betting check. (This stable won the 2013 renewal.)
Cost €12,000 and is a half-sister to 2m-3m winning hurdler/chaser Coney Island; her dam is from the same family as Witchita Lineman, who did so well for this yard. Anther that merits respect and a betting check on her debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: K C BaileyJ: M Hamill|
Eleanorofaquitaine (11/4), Jemima P (7/2), Darling Du Large (9/2), Printing Dollars (5/1), Anightinlambourn (15/2), Agent Valdez (10/1), Seaton Carew (20/1), Keeping Faith (20/1), Rosie And Millie (25/1), Saga Succes (25/1), Farne (25/1), Magnetize (40/1), All Change (50/1), Crown Of Roses (50/1), Eastern Promises (80/1)
- Printing Dollars
- Darling Du Large
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