15:00 Chepstow Thu 23 May 2019
Sir Prancealot filly who cost 12,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to three winners. Showed little on debut but being by Sir Prancealot she may show more on a faster surface. Worth a look in the market.
Finished runner-up on all three starts to date most recently on the fibresand at Southwell over this trip three weeks ago. One for the shortlist in a race that should take little winning.
13,000 gns half-sister to four winners. Bred to be effective at this trip and not highly tried on debut for her in form yard.
Comes from a good family and she has shown some ability whilst being comfortably held on both starts. Looks likely to take a step forward now tackling 6f, but others have shown more.
Last two runs on turf have been of a similar standard. No world beater but she is not far off the level required to win this.
Starspangledbanner filly who cost £7,500 this year and is a sister to a 5f AW winner. Showed enough ability on debut to merit consideration in a race such as this.
Lost a lot of ground at the start last time when well behind Forced. Made late gains and will be more of a force at this trip, however she remains of little interest until learning to get away on terms.
38,000 gns daughter of Kodiac whose dam is related to useful miler Gabrial. Holds an entry in the Super Sprint so has presumably shown more speed at home than the pedigree suggests. However, yard off to a slow start with this age group.
Swiss Spirit filly out of a poor maiden, and fetched just 800 gns as a yearling. Didn't show a great deal on Kempton debut but outran odds of 100/1 at Newbury and will go close here if that was not a fluke.
Last Year's Winner
|11||Swinging Jean||2||9-0||16/1||Full Result|
|T: M R ChannonJ: Charles Bishop|
Bettys Hope (3/1), Bacchalot (3/1), Lili Wen Fach (11/2), Forced (13/2), Swiss Bond (8/1), Maisie Ellie (8/1), Strawberry Hind (10/1), Faldetta (12/1), Show Me Heaven (80/1)
- Maisie Ellie
- Bettys Hope
- Swiss Bond
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