17:35 Doncaster Sun 16 June 2019
- Lakeside Village Savings With Every Step Fillies' Handicap (Class 5)
- 1m 6f 115y, Soft (Good to soft in places)
- 9 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Looking for her first win since May 2017. Ran over hurdles at Bangor-on-Dee (2m7f) last time where she was fourth of nine. That run should have sharpened her up but others are preferred here.
Returned to action after almost two years off last month when 10th of 13 at Ripon (2m). Was only beaten by ½l on next start at Carlisle (2m1f) but needs to bounce back from poor showing at Pontefract on latest run. Others makes more of an appeal.
Has finished second twice this season following his recent wind-op, including latest where he was just a neck behind the winner at Ayr (1m5f). Has won on slower ground so conditions will be fine. Each-way chance.
Made a promising start for new yard back in March when sixth of 17 runners at Doncaster (1m2f). Since then though, he has been a long way down the field in his three runs. Much more needed to be in the mix here.
Still a maiden after five starts but she went close to opening success last time at Haydock when second of six over 1m3½f. Likely to improve for step up in distance so solid each-way claims here.
On a hat-trick bid after wins at Wetherby (2m) and Nottingham (1m6f), where the latter was a 9l margin victory. Will carry a 5lb penalty today but in great form and will take some stopping again.
Broke her maiden at Redcar over this distance last time marginally by a neck when fancied in the betting as the 11/4 joint-favourite. Gone up 3lb but open to improvement. One for shortlist.
Lightly raced filly who is making her handicap debut after three uninspiring starts, including latest when she had just one horse behind her in a four runner field at Lingfield (1m3½f). Keep an eye out for any market support.
Still looking for first win after five starts and went close to doing last time at Redcar (1m6f) where she was third of 11, just ½l behind the winner. Gone up 1lb for latest attempt but may be in the frame again.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Cape Liberty||3||8-11||2/1||Full Result|
|T: S CrisfordJ: Andrea Atzeni|
Maid In Manhattan (6/4), Fantastic Ms Fox (5/1), Say Nothing (5/1), Well Funded (11/2), Shambra (8/1), Shine Baby Shine (9/1), Attention Seaker (14/1), Kalaya (16/1), Perfect Summer (20/1), Miss Ranger (33/1)
- Maid In Manhattan
- Say Nothing
- Fantastic Ms Fox
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