15:00 Chepstow Tue 14 May 2019
Posted two encouraging efforts so far and probably has more to offer. Was well backed last time and only just failed. Noteworthy if the betting market suggest compensation awaits.
Dam was unraced but related to winners over 6f; yard is capable of readying a debutante to win first time out. The betting can guide as to expectations this time.
Finished last on debut at Salisbury at the start of this month and already has a lot of improvement to find. Stiff test ahead.
Cost just £800 as a yearling but does have sprint winners in her bloodlines. Stable going well so worth a betting check but very likely she'll come on a bundle for the experience.
Cost just 3,000 gns and made very little impact on debut at Leicester in April; weakened tamely 2f out on that occasion and has to take a big step forward here.
Debut run was promising and the runner up has since franked the form (at Nottingham last Friday night). Sure to be wiser here and makes plenty of appeal.
Won a seller on debut at Redcar at the start of the month kept on gamely enough to suggest the filly has more to come. Needs to step up on that effort but this isn't the strongest level she could try; place claims at least.
Three starts into her career and already starting to look regressive; reverting to turf might help but is another who needs to raise her level of performance.
Last Year's Winner
|T: P F NichollsJ: Megan Nicholls|
Flippa The Strippa (2/1), Audio (5/2), Gold Venture (5/2), Lili Wen Fach (8/1), Ivatheengine (12/1), Es Que Pearl (20/1), Charabanc (33/1), Twentyonered (100/1)
- Flippa The Strippa
- Gold Venture
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