17:45 Chelmsford City Thu 15 November 2018
Has run to a similar level in four starts to date and should be suited by the return to this trip. Looks on a feasible mark on handicap debut and one of the more likely contenders.
10-race maiden but hasn't been far away the last twice. May appreciate the return to the AW but stable struggling for winners at present.
£160,000 yearling by Society Rock but has really struggled in three starts to date and plenty of improvement required on handicap debut.
Yet to place in seven starts but some promise in a couple of recent runs. Place possibilities but progress needed to break her duck.
Eight-race maiden but has dropped 7lb since introduced to nurseries and ran up to her best when second over this trip at Kempton. Every chance to go one better off the same mark.
Well beaten in three starts at very long odds and now sports first-time cheekpieces on handicap debut. Doesn't appeal off this opening mark.
Nine-race maiden had placed in a couple of handicaps before being very disappointing the last twice, including in selling company. Others preferred.
Fourth behind No Diggity latest and likewise sold since (8,000gns) to the same stable. Probably needs further help from the handicapper to lose her maiden tag.
Cost £20,000 as a juvenile and a half-brother to AW winner Sophistica. Has only beaten two rivals home in three starts and plenty required on handicap debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J R BestJ: R Havlin|
Nananita (5/2), Micronize (7/2), No Diggity (4/1), Casting (5/1), Badger Berry (7/1), Jewel of The Sea (7/1), Quicksilver (8/1), Valley Belle (9/1), Clipsham Tiger (12/1), Dreaming Of Love (12/1), Kg Passion (20/1), Grey Hare (33/1)
- Dreaming Of Love
- No Diggity
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