14:25 York Thu 16 May 2019
Won twice in Listed class, including wide margin success here in August and lost nothing in defeat when only finding one too good in the St Leger. Beaten favourite on Champions' Day at Ascot but hard to beat now dropped in class on her return.
Listed winner at Longchamp (1m4f) and ran okay in a Group 3 at Newmarket (1m4f) towards the end of last season. That didn't look the strongest race for the grade and she can be slowly away; needs to have improved from three to four years old.
Group 3 winner as a juvenile and won a Listed race at Goodwood last season before landing a German Group 2 next time out. Respectable effort on return last time out but looks more exposed than most in here and at her best with some cut underfoot.
Won back-to-back races at Goodwood in 2017 but hasn't won since and hard to envisage her getting competitive at this level over a bit further than what she probably wants.
Won two of her five starts as a juvenile and ran well when third of 14 when stepped in to Listed class at Kempton (1m) last time. Step back up in trip looks sure to suit and likely to progress throughout the season.
Won on return in 2018 and placed in a Group 2 at Royal Ascot (1m4f) next time. Not in the same form for the remainder of the season and hard to envisage her turning around the form with Lah Ti Dar from a 10L defeat here in Listed class in August.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J H M GosdenJ: L Dettori|
Lah Ti Dar (1/3), Rawdaa (6/1), Nyaleti (10/1), Sun Maiden (16/1), Mrs Sippy (16/1), Queen of Time (66/1)
- Lah Ti Dar
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