14:25 York Fri 17 May 2019
- Oaks Farm Stables Fillies' Stakes (Registered As The Michael Seeley Memorial Fillies' Stakes) (Listed) (Class 1)
- 7f 192y, Good to Firm (Good in Places)
- 11 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Stepped up on AW debut when scrambling home at Newmarket. Much more needed at this level, but is promising and is entered in the Coronation Stakes.
Winner of three of her seven starts and made all to win a Ripon handicap last time. Useful, but faces one or two potential top-notchers in this.
Made it fourth time lucky when scoring at Kempton last month. Entered in the Coronation Stakes, but that looks a little ambitious.
Promise on debut at Ascot last year and showed she had wintered well when landing a Wolverhampton novice contest on her reappearance. Needs to take another big step forward,
Talented juvenile who rounded off her two-year-old campaign with a second in a Listed race at Newbury. Worthy of respect on her seasonal reappearance for a stable going well.
Behind Glance on final start as a juvenile and was only seventh of 11 on return to action at Salisbury last month. Represents a leading stable, but this is a big ask.
Coronation Stakes entry who boasted good form as a juvenile, rounding off her campaign with a fourth in a Group 2 contest at Doncaster. One to consider on her first start as a three-year-old.
Won her only start as a juvenile, but has been held, though not disgraced on both outings this season. Entered in the Irish 1,000 Guineas, but that may be flying too high.
Dual winner as a two-year-old, including in Listed company. Seasonal reappearance for a filly who holds a couple of Group 1 entries. Respected for last year's winning stable.
Talented juvenile, but finished last of 11 on return to action in a Group 3 contest at Newmarket. Needs to bounce back if she is to figure, but that is not out of the question.
Good second to a subsequently-impressive winner at Newmarket before going one better with a clear-cut victory at Nottingham. Another with a Coronation Stakes entry and her recent form makes her the one to beat.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M JohnstonJ: W Buick|
Twist 'n' Shake (11/8), Natalie's Joy (13/2), Magnetic Charm (7/1), Clerisy (9/1), Invitational (12/1), El Gumryah (14/1), Glance (20/1), Divinity (20/1), Sunday Star (25/1), Modern Millie (25/1), Flighty Almighty (25/1), Impulsion (40/1)
- Twist 'n' Shake
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