17:10 Sedgefield Tue 12 March 2019
Getaway mare; half-sister to the triple 2m hurdle winner Hearts Are Trumps; stable not known for saddling bumper winners (0-25), but won't have had many better opportunities of doing so previously.
Her dam was an unraced half-sister to the staying chaser Samstown, so it's no real surprise that she's struggled to make a positive impression in good ground contests at Kelso and Carlisle.
Bought for £26,000 in November after winning a five-runner 3m mares maiden at Lisronagh (good) - runner-up has won since; started 7/4f when beaten 11L by a stablemate of Theflickeringlight (Dares To Dream) in a C&D Boxing Day bumper.
Flemensfirth mare; sister to the useful bumper winner Acronym; her fencing was her forte in Irish PTP's - unbeaten for Colin Motherway; race-fit and should make her presence felt on debut for Catterick-based trainer Phil Kirby.
Bahri filly who receives an 8lb 4yo's allowance on debut for the father/son partnership Tim and Harry Reed; yard are 0-20 with their previous runners in bumpers, so others would hold more compelling claims.
Last Year's Winner
|T: P HolmesJ: Finian O'Toole|
Theflickeringlight (2/5), Takingitallin (7/2), Potters Away (7/1), Red Reminder (33/1), Naughty Nancie (50/1)
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