15:10 Carlisle Thu 11 July 2019
Her debut effort alone would be good enough to win a standard novice event here and she eclipsed that when fourth in the Albany. It will obviously take a smart newcomer to worry her in this.
£6,000 daughter of Dragon Pulse related to minor winners in Greece and Slovakia. Stable had a winning debutante on Monday, but it would be a surprise if she proved good enough based on her pedigree.
Attracted money prior to her latest start at Doncaster but she was soon in trouble. This looks a stronger heat and she clearly needs to reveal her early morning form.
Plenty of winners in the family so she would be expected to step up considerably from a mediocre debut. Highly tried here though but worth watching for the future with nurseries on the horizon.
Bated Breath filly out of a well-related dam.Nevertheless, she was led out unsold at Goffs at £3,000 as a yearling and few clues there she is ready to win a race as good as this.
War Front filly out of the Group 1 Pretty Polly winner Diamondsandrubies. Debuts for a top yard having a good year with it's juveniles and the market should be informative.
72,000 gns daughter of Havana Gold related to a useful 6f-1m performer in Italy. Stable have had a good year with their juveniles and the market has often been a useful measure.
By the great Golden Horn out of a middle-distance winner. Related to winners over trips ranging from 7f-2m2f so will need every inch of his. Trainer saddled sire's first winner, but she will have to be ultra-smart to provide both with another.
Last Year's Winner
|T: K R BurkeJ: P J McDonald|
Alabama Whitman (4/7), Diamond Sparkles (5/1), Tulip Fields (11/2), Secret Passion (7/1), Bye Bye Euro (10/1), Christmas Diamond (40/1), Half Of Seven (40/1), Capp It All (50/1), Cersei Lannister (50/1)
- Alabama Whitman
- Tulip Fields
- Secret Passion
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