16:35 Redcar Mon 20 May 2019
Quickly back on track after rare poor run at Beverley when third at this trip at Newcastle. Yet to win on turf but her second at Leicester last month reads well in this race and should be competitive.
Certainly knows how to win and not disgraced when fourth at Beverley last time but has always been hard to predict though she did win here in 2017.
Likes this fast ground and justified favouritism in this a year ago. Also won at Nottingham and back in the winners enclosure at Musselburgh last time. Set to be a major contender again.
Seven race who didn't really progress for Clive Cox last season having been placed twice and tailed off debut for current yard recently so something to prove now.
Yet to race on turf but improved on second run for this yard when runner up over 1m2f on AW recently. Should cope with the drop in trip and should go well if taking to turf.
First time cheek pieces worked the oracle at Newcastle on penultimate start but not so good on follow up attempt. Now trying turf for the first time since 2017.
Has one very good run on turf to her name from 2017 but generally seen on AW these days. Seemed to find 1m2f just stretching stamina last time and not ruled back down in trip.
Had a cracking time of things in 2017 but not quite as good last year and although she should benefit from her comeback run, there is a doubt if she can recapture her best.
Runner up twice over 7f at Newcastle in 2018 but evidence suggests that is her preferred trip so work to do to lose her maiden tag.
Has hit the frame six times in 22 runs but hasn't looked likely to break her duck and others preferred from just out of the weights.
No sign of ability at huge odds all starts and hard to make a case for from 10lb out of the weights.
Last Year's Winner
|5||La Sioux||4||9-2||5/2||Full Result|
|T: R A FaheyJ: P Hanagan|
La Sioux (9/4), Kwanza (9/2), Elixsoft (5/1), Elysee Star (8/1), Alexandrakollontai (8/1), Midnight Vixen (14/1), Tarnhelm (14/1), Rosy Ryan (16/1), Dominannie (18/1), Verdigris (33/1), Moonshine Dancer (50/1), Dutch Melody (100/1)
- La Sioux
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