15:00 Lingfield Tue 11 June 2019
Yarmouth winner on debut (5f, good to firm; 4-1) in April (raced prominently). Much too far back in Listed York contest and likely will leave that effort behind eased in grade now.
Brighton winner over 5½f in April, only just foiled late on over 6f at Kempton on the AW since. Progressing with each run and should be in the shake-up again.
A 95,000 gns two-year-old, Sepoy filly. Trainer's two-year-old's haven't been proving the most forward bunch and others preferred on first outing.
Equiano filly. Sister to 5f/6ff winner Equistar and half-sister to 1m/1m½f winner Edge of Heaven. Chance on pedigree, market informative.
£10,000 two-year-old Hot Streak filly. Closely related to 1m winner Paparazzi and half-sister to juvenile 1m winner Cirencester. May benefit from this first racecourse experience.
Muhaarar filly whose price rocketed to €45,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to several winners, including useful two-year-old 6f winner Mar Mar. Potentially useful recruit.
Finished third of 12 in minor event at Windsor (6f, good to firm; 7-2) 22 days ago. That was an improvement on debut and should have more progress to come.
Helmet filly; first foal from an unraced dam who was a half-sister to a couple of useful winners (7f-1m2f); others rate as more likely candidates.
€45,000 yearling, Dandy Man filly. Half-sister to useful two-year-old 5f winner Ardenode. Plenty improvement needed on soft-ground Nottingham debut showing.
Fourth on debut at Windsor (6f, good to form; 8-1) last month (Love Love third); entitled to come forward for that run and may go well.
Last Year's Winner
|4||So Brave||2||9-0||11/4||Full Result|
|T: Archie WatsonJ: Hollie Doyle|
Rosadora (11/4), Love Love (3/1), Caspian Queen (9/2), Companion (11/2), Brazen Safa (6/1), Sabaaya (8/1), Little Lulu (11/1), Bainne Dubh (14/1), Queen Aya (25/1), Queenoftheclyde (33/1), Golden Slumbers (50/1), Hot Poppy (66/1)
- Love Love
- Little Lulu
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