13:55 Chelmsford City Sat 8 June 2019
Declaration Of War filly who cost 30,000 euros as a yearling. Yard have fair share of two-year-olds who do well on the AW, but not firing on all cylinders at the moment (over two weeks since last winner; have had 18 runners in that time).
Dutch Art filly who cost 25,000gns as a yearling. Related to plenty of winners and her trainer is in good form at the moment, operating at a 24% strike rate (5-21).
Zebedee filly who made 13,000gns as a two-year-old. Yard are yet to get going with their newcomers this term. Watching brief advised on debut.
In front of The Lazy Monkey on debut, and then ran to a similar level next time out at Nottingham (5f; soft). Soft ground possibly to blame for lack of progress displayed from first to second run. Makes AW debut.
Both career starts have came over 5f. Latest of those when well-beaten at Beverley (5f; good to firm) in a Novice. Should improve plenty for going up to 7f, but still has something to prove on the basis of what she has shown so far. Watch betting.
Made a pleasing enough debut when fifth at Newmarket (6f; good) in a Novice race. Steps up to 7f and although the form of that Newmarket race hasn't fully been tested yet, she should have a part to play.
Starspangledbanner filly who cost £4,000 as a two-year-old. Yard not wildly associated with two-year-old winners and is best watched unless the market was to speak heavily in her favour.
Displayed bundles of promise on debut at Windsor (6f; good to firm) when pushing an odds-on favourite all the way to the line. Step up in trip should suit and she is the one to beat in this less competitive contest.
Last Year's Winner
Romsey (10/11), Mrs Dukesbury (3/1), Pink Tulip (8/1), Blausee (10/1), The Lazy Monkey (12/1), Hashtagmetoo (12/1), Callipygian (20/1), Angels Faces (20/1), Boston Girl (33/1), Lightning Bug (33/1)
- Mrs Dukesbury
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