15:35 Newmarket Sun 5 May 2019
Group 3 winner as a juvenile and returned with a good third here behind Qabala in the Nell Gwyn Stakes. Shaped like she would stay this trip that day and stamina on the dam's side of her pedigree so may improve here.
Got better with every start as a juvenile and impressive when winning a Newbury Group 3 on her return. Versatile from a conditions perspective and gives the impression she will stay; not ruled out.
A winner of four of her five starts, impressive when landing the Cheveley Park (Group 1) on last year, despite racing keenly. May be capable of better this season but speedily bred so not guaranteed to stay and stable jockey opts for Just Wonderful.
Impressive when making it two wins from four starts in her Group 2 success at the St Leger meeting. That wasn't the strongest race for the grade but improvement likely and will benefit from a strong pace.
Improved from her debut to win a fillies' novice event here in October but not seen since and has to step up markedly on what she's shown to date if she's to play a part.
Third behind Skitter Scatter in the Moyglare last year and won a Group 3 next time out before finishing placed in a pair of Group 1 races. Stamina proven but a little more exposed than some and down the order on jockey bookings.
Won five of her 10 starts as a juvenile and only narrowly denied by Dandhu in a Newbury Group 3. Well backed prior to that effort and any ease conditions in her favour; not one to rule out and the step up in trip will suit.
Very impressive when winning the C&D fillies' mile last year and respectable effort in a Group 3 at Leopardstown on return, outpaced in the closing stages. Step back up in trip will suit and expected and could go close if the ground stays dry.
Won three of her seven starts including 7f Group 2 success here in September and went on to finish a good fourth in the Juvenile fillies turf at the Breeders' Cup. Yard have won two of the last three renewals and interesting she's the first string.
Kept some smart company last year, in behind Skitter Scatter twice and impressive winner of a Group 3 trial for this at Leopardstown on her return. Will need more here but shapes like she will stay.
Improved from her Kempton win with a Listed success at Sandown in July. Stayed on very well when fourth of 11 here in a trial for this race last month and could come on for that run.
Only narrowly denied in a belated hat-trick bid here by stablemate Qabala last time out and shapes like she may be even better over this extra furlong. Has run well on each of her three starts here and holds solid each-way claims.
Made it two wins from two starts with a second course success in the Nell Gwyn last time. Landed a big gamble in the process that day and less exposed than most; expected to go well.
Has won four of her seven starts including a trio of Group races, most notably the Moyglare at the Curragh last time out. Lacks a prep run but likely to be hard to beat if she's trained on and versatile with regards ground.
Course winner who held her own in Group company towards the back end of last year, most notably in the Group 1 Marcel Boussac at Longchamp. Step back up in trip will suit after a respectable effort behind a couple of these at Newbury on her return.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Billesdon Brook||3||9-0||66/1||Full Result|
|T: R HannonJ: S M Levey|
Qabala (7/2), Iridessa (6/1), Just Wonderful (13/2), Skitter Scatter (7/1), Fairyland (15/2), Lady Kaya (11/1), Hermosa (14/1), Star Terms (14/1), Dandhu (16/1), Mot Juste (16/1), Fleeting (20/1), Iconic Choice (25/1), Angel's Hideaway (33/1), Look Around (33/1), Garrel Glen (100/1)
- Skitter Scatter
- Mot Juste
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