16:40 Newbury Thu 13 June 2019
A tough filly but still a maiden and in danger of becoming expensive to follow. However, she's yet to finish out of the frame over this trip cannot be crabbed for consistency. Can make the running and it'll take a good one to overhaul her.
Won a maiden over 1m2f on her final start as a juvenile and might have needed the run when third on his handicap debut in April; been off since but still worth a betting check now he tries this trip for the first time.
Best effort to date at Nottingham last time out but is 3lb higher and has a further 2f to travel. The betting can guide. Has gone well on soft ground so another to bear in mind if attracting support.
Well held behind a Mark Johnston-trained hot-pot at Lingfield last month and already looks exposed as ordinary. Others hold stronger claims.
All four previous starts were at Wolverhampton and none gave the impression that his turn is close; big improvement needed now he switches to turf for the first time.
Bettered his form in two novice stakes and a maiden when scything through to win on his handicap debut at Yarmouth in May. The form is modest and more needed in this company.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H MorrisonJ: A Kirby|
Group Stage (9/4), Sapa Inca (5/2), Admirals Bay (7/2), Zuba (5/1), Natty Night (13/2), Young Merlin (12/1), Gino Wotimean (14/1), Ydra (20/1), Ring Cycle (33/1)
- Sapa Inca
- Group Stage
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