16:35 Lingfield Thu 23 May 2019
- Daily Questions, Daily Answers, Daily Mail Fillies' Handicap (Class 6)
- 8 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Won a maiden over this C&D on quick ground and sole win since came off this mark. Capable performer on her day but is not the most consistent and a bit more needed from the level of her three runs this year.
Not at her best last season and was well beaten on her final two starts. Starts out for a new trainer with a change of scenery needing to spark a revival. Market should provide a guide.
Progressive filly winning her last two visits to an AW surface, however proved very disappointing back on turf at Doncaster two starts back. The surface remains a big worry but she gets to race off a 5lb lower mark back on turf and drops in grade.
Won three races over this trip on fast ground in 2018 including here. Now 6lb lower than the last of them. Ran some decent races since while finding life tougher off revised mark. Should be better for two runs back and leading player down in grade.
Has proved consistent since last July and while she does most of her racing at Yarmouth, she is suited by these conditions. 3lb higher than sole win but could be competitive down in class.
Three-time winner but remains high in the handicap at 4lb higher than her win over this C&D in August. Not disgraced but not at her best in two starts this year and more required.
Beaten favourite at Doncaster after some below par efforts on the fibresand. Well handicapped at 8lb lower than sole AW win, down in grade and conditions suit. However needs to turnaround her recent form.
On a competitive enough mark at present however best turf form has come with some cut in the ground and after a fall in January, she's returned with two poor efforts. Best watched at present.
Last Year's Winner
|1||The Lacemaker||4||9-7||11/4||Full Result|
|T: C A DwyerJ: S De Sousa|
Javelin (5/2), Princess Keira (3/1), Alba Del Sole (11/2), Porto Ferro (7/1), Tundra (7/1), Quick Recovery (8/1), Exceedingly Diva (8/1), Mercers (33/1)
- Porto Ferro
- Princess Keira
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