15:10 Chester Sat 15 June 2019
Landed 7f maiden at Gowran Park last term for previous connections and has run some fair races for new yard without getting her head in front. Appeared to struggle in heavy ground earlier this week and will do well to bounce back so fast.
Goes well with ease underfoot and has genuine excuses on each of her three starts so far this term. Easing down the weights and has a solid chance from a decent draw.
Five-time winner who scored over extended mile at Wolverhampton in May then went close last time on soft ground at Haydock. Raised 4lb for coming second but may not be at all far away again.
Interesting Irish raider who has been below-par in two runs so far this term having scored three times in the second half of last season. Draw hasn't done her any favours and will need to bounce back to form to figure.
Only win from 25 starts came in Chelmsford AW 1m2f maiden in 2017. Has had plenty of chances in handicaps since then and will do well to add to her tally in this company.
At her best on top of the ground and both here wins have come on a decent surface. Testing going looks against her as she makes her return to the fray following over four months without a run.
50-race maiden who will likely find this trip plenty far enough in soft ground. Did run one of her better races last time, failing by just a length when a close fourth at Nottingham over 6f, but looks up against it here.
Poor 14-race maiden who has looked badly out of touch on all starts so far this season and it is very hard to make any sort of a case for her.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Bush Beauty||7||8-2||16/1||Full Result|
|T: E J AlstonJ: Shelley Birkett|
Queen Penn (3/1), Outside Inside (3/1), Bell Heather (4/1), Cracking Name (4/1), Eponina (9/2), Elenora Delight (12/1), Corked (16/1), Caledonian Gold (50/1), Valentine Mist (100/1)
- Queen Penn
- Bell Heather
- Cracking Name
Log in for access to this exclusive content.
Roger Fell is clearly keen to win the AGMA Stablemate Carlisle Bell, and Anita Chambers fancies Tadaawol to score.
Ryan Moore is fancied to be among the winner aboard Nicklaus at Salisbury on Wednesday.
Anita Chambers previews a bumper day of action in the UK and Ireland on Thursday including meetings from the Curragh, Newcastle and Newmarket.