19:05 Doncaster Sat 18 May 2019
Impressive when beating Thimbleweed by over 1L in a 1m4f fillies' handicap here in September; 4lb higher over a shorter trip, but should strip fitter for her Good Friday comeback run at Newcastle.
Didn't manage to add to her Yarmouth juvenile debut win (1m, good to soft) during the course of 2018, although regularly competed in good races - including when finishing behind Lady Bergamot at this track.
Best on a sound surface with both wins coming on good to firm; 3lb higher than when beating Mahaarat by 1¼L at Salisbury (1m2f) 12-months ago; very lightly-raced since.
Likeable filly who is a dual winner over this trip (now rated 8lb above her last winning mark); finished just in front of today's rival Time For A Toot when squeezing into the frame on seasonal reappearance at Nottingham (1m+).
Both of her previous wins have come with plenty of give underfoot (1m, soft and 1m4f, heavy), so would be most suited by rain; finished seventh of 18 on seasonal reappearance at Newbury (1m2f) - just behind the re-opposing Time For A Toot.
Won from a 6lb lower mark for Mick Appleby at Redcar (1m2f, good to firm) in June 2018; 0-2 for this trainer, and is making her return from an eight-month plus absence; safer to look elsewhere on this occasion.
Has won over this trip in the past (Pontefract), but out of action since finishing a beaten favourite at Wolverhampton (1m1f+) in December and this looks to be a fair bit more competitive.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Crimson Rosette||4||8-11||11/4||Full Result|
|T: C FellowesJ: Jim Crowley|
Black Lotus (9/4), Lady Bergamot (3/1), Lady of Shalott (5/1), Time For A Toot (5/1), Time Change (11/2), First Dance (10/1), Hunni (10/1), Rayna's World (16/1), Railport Dolly (20/1)
- Lady Bergamot
- Black Lotus
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