14:30 Carlisle Mon 17 June 2019
Well beaten in two previous starts including over 6f on soft going at Hamilton earlier this month. Probably best watched at present.
Good 3L third in a 6f contest at Redcar (good-to-firm) when debuting at the end of last month. One to not with improvement likely.
Fair fifth when debuting over this trip at Ayr (good) in August last year. Absent since and worth a check in the market on seasonal reappearance.
Well beaten in two starts so far this year and shaped as if this drop in trip would suit when finishing 11½L fifth over an extended 7f at Beverley (good) recently.
Unraced Iffraaj filly and a half-sister to classy sprinters Marsha and Judicial. Market likely to provide the best guide as to expectations on debut.
Finished last of six in a good-to-firm ground 6f novice race when debut at the start of this month. Others make more appeal.
Placed on three of her four starts so far including when 3½L second over 7f at Goodwood (good-to-firm) last time out. Leading contender dropping back in distance.
Finished well beaten on both previous starts including over 7f at Haydock (soft) earlier this month. Probably best watched at present.
Last Year's Winner
|13||Power To Exceed||3||8-11||13/8||Full Result|
|T: H PalmerJ: Ben Curtis|
Rhossili Down (5/6), Loretta (4/1), Diamond Shower (5/1), Perfect Charm (7/1), Gometra Ginty (16/1), Cheam Avenue (25/1), Vita Vivet (40/1), Guarded Secret (40/1)
- Rhossili Down
- Diamond Shower
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