20:50 Uttoxeter Tue 9 July 2019
Returns to handicap company having needed to show little improvement to get off the mark back in a novice hurdle last time scoring easily. That will have done her confidence good and she can still make her mark in handicaps off this sort of mark.
May need more of a test than this having looked to only get home narrowly when last seen in a Taunton novice (2m3f). Appeals as the type to do better in handicaps off this sort of mark but will it be enough of a test for her, that remains to be seen.
Up in trip and making the running she looked a fairly straightforward sort when taking a Newton Abbot novice responding well to pressure over 2m6f. Looked as though a step up again would have suited; down 2f for handicap debut, trip may be too sharp.
Not in the same form as her last two starts when finding her stamina stretched over 3m last time at Perth. Better judged on her Carlisle win (2m1f) and Perth second (2m4f), still looks on a mark she can be competitive from back at this 2m4f distance.
Often follows a good run with a poor run and that's very much been the tone since she returned from a break having had some wind surgery. Back in headgear now (left off last time) having run a temperamental race last time (found little when asked).
Best form came when winning a Sedgefield handicap hurdle last November off a 1lb higher mark over this trip. Couple of creditable efforts since returning from a break (promised a little more than delivered last time); worth a second glance.
Shaped as if still in good form since showing winning form at Wincanton in May although that victory did come in a weak affair. Despite two solid starts since the handicapper looks to have quickly taken her measure off higher marks.
Last Year's Winner
|G For Ginger||8||11-7||3/1|
|T: A J HoneyballJ: Rex Dingle|
Takingitallin (9/4), Big Penny (9/2), Champagne To Go (5/1), Organdi (11/2), Slaine (13/2), Amberose (15/2), Ali The Hunter (12/1)
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