14:00 Musselburgh Wed 3 July 2019
Mark has been steadily sliding recently. However, she would need to step up a great deal on the bare form of her latest effort when sixth of 11 in lower grade contest at Hamilton (5f; good to firm). Others preferred.
Step up to 6f possibly to blame for poor run last time when she only managed to finish eighth at Redcar (6f; good). Showed obvious ability in a couple of maidens before that disappointment. Could easily bounce back to form on handicap debut.
Handicap/seasonal debut after three runs at the backend of 2018 which were certainly not devoid of promise. Intriguing contender on first start for new stable, especially if the market speaks in her favour.
Best to put a line through latest run when making turf debut (lost six-lengths at the start). Offered definite encouragement on the AW in two runs prior to that. This is a poor race and she could definitely make her presence felt on handicap debut.
The only runner in this contest who has been able to win a race. However, overall profile since that victory is very unappealing and she is beginning to look rather regressive. Best watched until offering more promise.
Raced mainly over 5f throughout her whole career. 0-11 and pretty inconsistent sort. Lifeless effort at Beverley (5f; soft) recently. Softer ground possibly to blame then however, and she could bounce back on forecast faster ground.
Sent off 15/8F over C&D two starts back after a promising effort (again over C&D) when runner-up at the start of May. Incapable of reproducing that level of form, and while the return to this track is a positive, he is still a risky proposition.
Well-beaten on both starts this year in handicap company. Has plummeted 22lb in the handicap since the first of those two runs. Last seen one month ago when finishing 10th of 10 at Thirsk (5f; good to firm) and is readily opposed.
Makes debut over this minimum trip (5f) after failing to beat a rival home on all four career starts. Does possess early speed and lowly mark offers some hope for improvement but has a lot to prove on handicap debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: T D EasterbyJ: Rachel Richardson|
Raksha (11/4), Haighfield (7/2), Brahma Kamal (4/1), Amazing Alba (5/1), Raquelle (6/1), Jungle Secret (8/1), Newgate Angel (10/1), Alisia R (25/1), Lady Kinsale (40/1), Swiss Chime (40/1)
- Jungle Secret
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