14:00 Newcastle Sat 16 March 2019
Eight-race maiden on the Flat (rated 57); last appearance at Kempton in November 2017 (for Lucy Wadham); with new connections for hurdles debut.
Demonstrated bits and pieces of form over hurdles in Ireland (strongest at 2m4f) for previous trainer Henry De Bromhead; reappears for a new trainer off a 169-day absence.
Raced keenly on hurdles debut at Ludlow (2m, good) but better held up off the pace next time at Exeter (2m1f, good to soft) when finishing 10½L third to Epatante; handles soft and this looks to be an ideal opportunity.
Has witnessed precious little racing in recent years, but was running reasonably well until ducking out at the third last over C&D (mares' novices') in January; this mare couldn't be trusted implicitly.
Dual bumper scorer (including on heavy); found the minimum trip on the sharp side when outpaced behind an odds-on shot of Gordon Elliott's at Ayr latest; has scope to progress at a realistic level; chance.
Has achieved little of any significance since taking a 2m bumper on debut at this track in April 2018 (on Tapeta); difficult to envisage how she can be positively involved.
Acquitted herself reasonably well in bumpers (without winning) throughout the course of 2017; appeared in need of the run when finishing last 14 on hurdles debut (80/1) at Ayr.
Last Year's Winner
Paper Promise (1/2), Darling Du Large (7/4), See The Sea (5/1), Missesgeejay (20/1), Western Lass (28/1), Summer Lightening (33/1), Bermondsey Belle (50/1), Biddy Be (66/1)
- Darling Du Large
- Paper Promise
- Biddy Be
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