15:50 Worcester Wed 3 July 2019
£2,500 yearling; sixth foal; half-sister to two winners, including the bumper/2m hurdle winner Julia Too; hooded for debut.
Well beaten on both previous starts (Bangor and Southwell); can't be considered on the basis of that evidence.
€40,000 3yo; second foal from the bumper/2m-2m5f hurdle/chase winner Golden Sunbird; County Kildare trainer Peter Fahey's first ever Worcester runner (also due to saddle Bathiva at Stratford on Tuesday).
Tenth foal; half-sister to the bumper/2m6f hurdle winner Kolaphos and the 2m hurdle winner Mead Vale; could find at least a couple of the others stronger.
Dam was a maiden pointer; 33/1 when finishing ninth of ten on debut at Bangor, weakened quickly once headed from the four furlong pole.
£14,000 3yo; eighth foal; closely related to the 2m5f/3m3f hurdle winner Katy Royal; noteworthy that stable jockey Brian Hughes doesn't take the mount.
Second foal from a moderate dam (unplaced between 5f and 1m4f) who was a half-sister to the 2m-2m3f hurdle winner Princess Moodyshoe; others readily preferred.
Point placed; only modest form in bumpers to date and would've already made her hurdles debut at Newton Abbot but for a late abandonment. Plan 'B' is for a final spin in a weak looking bumper.
Twice a runner-up in 2m1½f Fontwell bumpers (races which were spread over a nine-month period); headed over a furlong from home when beaten 3L by Book Of Intrigue three weeks ago.
Fight Club filly; always in the rear on Newbury debut (100/1) when finishing 11th of 13 to Getariver; progress possible.
Fair pedigree, dam was an unraced half-sister to the bumper/useful 2m4f-2m7f hurdle/chase winner Violin Davis; 33/1 when finishing a keeping on third (beaten 5¼L) to The Swagman at Newton Abbot (2m1f, good) in May.
Jeremy filly; €5,500 3yo; fourth foal; half-sister to the point winner Haven't Time; dam was an unraced half-sister to the 2m7f-3m3f hurdle winner Beer Goggles; hooded for debut.
Half-sister to three winners, including the 1m4f-2m AW scorer Byronegetonefree; weakened tamely when finishing last of seven at Ffos Las (2m, good) in May; has had wind surgery since.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A KingJ: Wayne Hutchinson|
Jinsha (7/4), Malina Ocarina (7/2), Winter Holiday (4/1), Perfectly Honest (17/2), Squaw Vallee (10/1), Nella Fantasy (14/1), Candy Lou (20/1), Vinnie's Icon (20/1), She's Blorenge (50/1), Onestepatatime (100/1), No Frontier (100/1), Atlantic Sunshine (150/1), Cushy Lady (150/1)
- Malina Ocarina
- Winter Holiday
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