12:50 Lingfield Sat 12 January 2019
In good form in selling and claiming company and transferred that form to handicaps when one place behind Sweet Nature at Chelmsford. Should be competitive again.
Nine-race maiden has four thirds to her name but has proved hard to predict so far. Has dropped to a dangerous mark so could be involved if at her best.
Former C&D winner and gained a fourth career AW win at Southwell last time. May have more to offer on fibresand in due course but only 1lb higher and no reason she shouldn't be involved again.
Remains a maiden after seven starts and has tended to be slowly away and find trouble early. Disappointed at Chelmsford latest and this is tougher.
Seven-race maiden for William Haggas and took a long time to get going over further when last seen in October. May need a change of headgear in due course and one to watch on stable debut.
Has dropped 6lb lower than her sole win for Ed Vaughan but has been well below that level in five starts for her new stable and hard to make a case for at present.
Has struggled to make any sort of impression in 10 starts so far and hard to fancy from out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Lady Perignon||5||9-10||2/1||Full Result|
|T: A M BaldingJ: Jason Watson|
Dashing Poet (13/8), Sweet Nature (5/2), Lady Alavesa (11/4), Bubbly (3/1), Mrs Benson (7/1), Spiced (20/1), Peace Prevails (25/1), Black Lace (33/1)
- Sweet Nature
- Lady Alavesa
- Dashing Poet
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