18:40 Brighton Tue 9 July 2019
Beaten over 10-length when fourth at Lingfield (1m2f; soft) last time. Dropped 3lb for that but is quite inconsistent and must give weight away to all her rivals. Others seem a bit more convincing.
Three-time C&D winner who is now only 1lb above last winning mark which was achieved over this C&D. Below-par when she failed to land a blow at this track last week, but had been running consistently well before that so worth another chance.
Was beaten six-and-a-half-length into third at this track over 1m last week. That was an improved showing upon recent efforts though, and she holds claims off an unchanged mark if able to build upon that run. Drops back in trip.
Seasonal return was uninspiring but she did need her first run last year. Went on to finish runner-up three times in a row at this stage of the season after that so she could put in a much more improved showing.
0-10 but did show much more promise when third at Wolverhampton (7f; standard) last week. Must translate that form to turf but no obvious reason why that can't be done and she is likely to play a major role if doing so.
Been in woeful form of late and showed no signs of turning things around when 11th of 14 at Leicester (1m; good to firm) last time. Competes off a lowly mark, but cannot be recommended.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Rae GuestJ: David Probert|
Kachumba (5/2), Desert Lantern (11/4), Momentarily (3/1), Dreaming Of Paris (11/2), Shellebeau (6/1), Global Rose (9/1), Summer Angel (16/1)
- Desert Lantern
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