19:40 Goodwood Fri 14 June 2019

  • Coates & Seely Fillies' Handicap (Class 3)
  • 1m 3f 218y, Soft (Good to Soft in places)
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner£9,452.002nd£2,829.003rd£1,414.004th£708.005th£352.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:2m 44.94sOff time:19:42:23
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1
(5)
410-0OR: 89D
7/2

Needed the run her reappearance but been in good form since; won at Salisbury at the start of last month and also ran with credit when third here last time. On a career highest mark but this lacks strength in depth.

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2
(1)
59-13OR: 88C
7/2

Just over 3l behind Hyanna here last time and is only 1lb better off at the weights. The ground should be to her liking though. The betting will be informative with regard to expectations held of her reversing the form.

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5
(6)
38-11OR: 87D
9/4

Landed a brace earlier in the campaign and possible the filly just didn't handle the camber when she was eased at Chester last time out. She's 7lb higher than for her last win but doesn't have many miles on the clock. Feasible she can bounce back.

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6
(2)
38-5OR: 81
8/1

Well beaten when flying high in the Oaks Trial at Lingfield but the result suggests she had faced an impossible task anyway; this is also a lot tougher than the novice stakes she won previously and she looks harshly treated from a mark of 81.

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7
(7)
38-2OR: 78
3/1

Debuts in a handicap after three modest starts; well beaten over an extended mile here last time (hung right near the finish) and arrives with plenty to prove.

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Non-Runners

3
(4)
Winged Spur13
49-6OR: 81
T: M JohnstonJ: F Norton
4
(3)
Miss Mumtaz18
48-13OR: 74
T: Ian WilliamsJ: Jason Watson

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
2Pretty Jewel59-11/1Full Result
T: Ian WilliamsJ: K T O'Neill

Betting

Forecast

Winged Spur (2/1), Katiesheidinlisa (9/4), Chartered (3/1), Hyanna (7/2), White Chocolate (7/2), Kvetuschka (8/1), Miss Mumtaz (8/1)

Verdict

The ground will be key to WHITE CHOCOLATE turning the tables on Hyanna but the David Simcock-trained mare has the more proven liking for the predicted going and is rated as the better value option this time. Winged Spur is a tough filly but she too needs to prove her effectiveness under the conditions, but doesn't have much to find from just 3lb above her latest winning mark. Kvetuschka had no chance in the Oaks Trial at Lingfield but can find her level in handicaps. Her connections will have more of an idea of where to go next after this.
  1. White Chocolate
  2. Hyanna
  3. Winged Spur

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