19:30 Kempton Wed 16 January 2019
Now 4lb below last winning mark but improvement required on four starts for new yard and her two previous visits here.
Boasts a fine course record with four course successes from just six visits. All wins have come in a lesser grade but still progressing and should be competitive off just 4lb higher.
Won on her second start in 2017 but form went backwards last year and has plenty to prove now trying this distance for the first time.
Close third at a big price when staying on after a slow start when last seen at Doncaster in July. First start here and absence to overcome but can't discount a good run if ready to fire.
Gained an overdue success at Lingfield when ending a sequence of narrow defeats. Showed a smart turn of foot and goes well here so should be involved again off just 2lb higher.
16-race maiden but close seconds at Lingfield on her last two starts including behind Chica De La Noche latest. Capable if reproducing the same level but disappointed on only previous visit here.
Has form at this track and narrow defeats the last twice so no reason she shouldn't be involved again off a current good mark but it's now 23 runs without a success. Place possibilities again.
Got no run at all on stable debut last month and so surprise to see her race a much better race here. Needs to prove a liking for this track but may be one to run well at a price.
Unplaced and little to show in five starts to date and tailed off on recent handicap debut here. Hard to make a case for.
Last Year's Winner
Chica De La Noche (5/2), Chloellie (3/1), Violet's Lads (9/2), Caledonia Duchess (5/1), Autumn Leaves (7/1), Hit The Beat (14/1), The Special One (25/1), Natalie Express (25/1), Achianna (66/1)
- Chica De La Noche
- The Special One
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