17:55 Doncaster Sat 29 June 2019
Made an encouraging debut at Newmarket behind last week's Albany Stakes winner and stepped up to finish second at Chelmsford (7f, standard) last time out. The form of that race is an unknown but she cannot be discredited.
Daughter of international Group 1 winner and is the second foal of a dam who won twice over 1m2f. Pedigree suggests this trip will be on the sharp side and best watched on debut.
€40,000 yearling who is a half-sister to 6f winner Elegant Drama. Dam was 0-7 on the track but closely related to the high-class Raven's Pass. Trainer tends to do well with newcomers and is worth a market check.
€30,000 yearling who is a half to the smart Leodis Dream. Never a factor on debut when last of three behind better fancied stablemate at Haydock (6f, heavy) earlier this month. Forecasted ground will be a positive but needs to improve from debut.
Looked green on debut when last of four at Yarmouth (6f, soft) this month and the form of that race has been boosted with the second winning since. Step up in trip is a plus and interesting if market support on novice debut.
Creditable sixth of 19 on debut at Newmarket (6f, good to firm) but was green and looked to crying out for a step up in trip. Will be more streetwise this time and out of a powerful yard who do well with juveniles. One for the shortlist.
Last Year's Winner
Little Bird (5/6), Blausee (3/1), Dancing Feet (7/1), It's Not My Fault (9/1), Lady Red Moon (11/1), City Escape (20/1)
- Little Bird
- Lady Red Moon
- Dancing Feet
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