18:30 Newcastle Fri 22 March 2019
Last in a 2m bumper here before outrunning 40/1 odds latest when fourth over C&D. Can build on that now so again in the hunt for a placed although others stronger for win purposes.
Doncaster maiden win in July franked as the runner-up was then second in a Group Three but ran as if something amiss when last next at Newbury. Absent since but if back on song must have leading claims here.
Running on second in both starts to date here and at Wolverhampton. Step up to 7f then should be a benefit more than a doubt and despite absence since October her claims looks crystal clear.
Farhh filly well held here on debut but nevertheless ran with credit to finish second in a small field contest. Perhaps a little more depth about this and unsure drop to 7f ideal but not ruled out.
Dark Angel newcomer a half sister to two winners by Acclamation. Market may be the best guide given respected connections.
Lethal Force newcomer half-sister to two winners including one for this yard. Trainer not prolific with newcomers but in good order at present.
Fair form in two backend turf events, a fifth of 10 at Ripon followed by a third of 12 at Redcar. Layoff since and switches to AW but could very easily make her presence felt and certainly shortlisted.
Dark Angel newcomer out of a dual 7f winner. Lone progeny of this dam a once raced maiden before this so pedigree not of obvious appeal. Best watched unless market says otherwise.
Coach House newcomer; dam well beaten 6f-1m, half-sister to 6f Group 2 winner Frederick Engels, useful 6f winner Colonel Mak and prolific 5f-6f winner Piazon. Speedy pedigree so market support would be interesting.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Regina Pacis||3||8-11||4/6||Full Result|
|T: R CharltonJ: Kieran Shoemark|
Zofelle (5/4), Coastline (9/4), Hareem Queen (7/2), Princess Palliser (11/1), Seraphim (25/1), Farrdhana (25/1), Paradise Papers (40/1), Sophia's Princess (50/1), Picture Your Dream (66/1)
- Princess Palliser
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