17:20 Windsor Mon 13 May 2019
Just 3lb above her last winning mark and went close on her only previous visit to this course. Slight stamina query to overcome and noteworthy headgear is omitted this time. Thereabouts if she copes.
Back on a winning mark but losing run starting to mount up and needs to better what was a modest effort when returning to action last month. The betting can guide now her fitness has been topped up.
C&D winner last summer and back on a reasonably competitive mark; has a bit to prove on recent form though.
On a handy mark and comes into this on the back of a smooth success in a claimer (at this course) last month. Stamina to prove and more on back in a handicap though.
Still a maiden and has been found wanting when tried over this trip before now. Others look more convincing.
0-15 so far and starts this have hardly suggested the filly's fortunes are about to change. Hard to recommend.
Likes to make the running and has improved since being upped in trip. Obvious chance at the weights even though she is taking on her elders. Stable's form is a big positive too.
Won on the AW on her penultimate start but outclassed in a Listed race at Newmarket last time out. This is more her level but she still needs to prove her stamina over this new trip.
Shown some ability over hurdles but was regressive when last seen on the Flat and lacks the scope for improvement. Another who makes limited appeal.
Last Year's Winner
Sapa Inca (10/11), Shagalla (6/1), Gamesters Icon (7/1), Lightening Dance (8/1), Tiar Na Nog (9/1), Love And Be Loved (16/1), Last Enchantment (33/1), Chantresse (33/1), Born To Please (50/1)
- Sapa Inca
- Lightening Dance
- Last Enchantment
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