20:00 Southwell Thu 14 March 2019
Well versed in winning at this track having won here five times (three-time C&D winner). Underperformed at Kempton (2m) last time but much better on this surface these days; still well treated on her old form, not out of this.
Not disgraced last time out but did show why he's still a GB maiden after 19 runs displaying some less than straightforward tendencies. Four previous starts here have been modest enough and others exhibit stronger profiles.
First time on Fibresand who took a step in the right direction last time having been well backed at long prices. He's edging back down the weights and his sire has had some success here from limited representation; market watch advised.
C&D winner who generally runs his race here and did well to chase home Seasearch when that one was in better form over 1m6f. Stays 2m and still looks on a competitive mark; his consistency here may well gain its reward.
Couple of sound enough efforts here without really impressing on this unique surface. Took advantage of a fall in the weights to record her last win over 2m (Tapeta) but returned from a break last time in far from the same form; others appeal more.
Course winner around this time last year over 1m4f and has now slipped a 1lb below that last winning mark. A recent run here suggested that he was better than his finishing position (ran too free); back up in trip, chance if he settles better.
A winner here when with Richard Fahey he was well backed earlier in the week when returning to this surface (came fit from hurdling). Ran poorly (didn't look enthusiastic); now up 4f in trip; progress would have to be taken on trust.
Last Year's Winner
Tynecastle Park (6/4), Di's Gift (3/1), Galileo's Spear (5/1), Seasearch (5/1), Katie Gale (9/1), Amadeus (12/1), Sweetest Smile (14/1), Lady Makfi (16/1), Hediddodinthe (16/1)
- Tynecastle Park
- Katie Gale
- Di's Gift
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