18:20 Windsor Mon 13 May 2019
Rounded last season off with three solid efforts (won twice and placed in the other). A mark of 85 does look a stiff point to kick-off the new campaign from but she's a tough campaigner and career win number five cannot be ruled out.
Won twice on the AW but yet to make the frame since her racecourse bow in May 2017; possible she's got more to offer and the drop in trip might suit. A lot of guesswork involved though.
Has run well from this sort of mark and 6f suits ideally. Gets on well with the champion jockey and another bold bid looks certain. Might just be sharper with her seasonal debut behind her though.
Made an immediate impact when winning a decent novice stakes at Newbury last July. Highly tried in a couple of Group 3's after so difficult to say whether a mark of 89 is a true reflection. Good chance at the weights if the handicapper is right.
Experienced handicapper who comes back to Windsor on the back of a 5f course success last month. Now on a career highest mark needs to post a personal best but 6f suits and the mare won't go down without a fight.
Has shown promise in each of her four previous starts and showed she has trained on with a decent effort at Salisbury last month. Drops back a furlong but has the potential to thrive for the move. Worth bearing in mind.
Won over 5f at Yarmouth last summer but struggled in handicaps afterwards.. Dropped 2lb since her last tun but needs to improve over this additional furlong. Others more convincing.
Won a quick brace on the AW in March and was just denied a hat-trick by a revitalised winner last time out. 2lb higher and switches to turf for the first time in a while (0-3 on turf so far); has a bit to find.
Last Year's Winner
Heritage (2/1), Belated Breath (7/2), Scintilating (4/1), Second Collection (6/1), Bellevarde (11/1), Restless Rose (12/1), Elizabeth Bennet (16/1), Pink Iceburg (33/1)
- Restless Rose
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