16:00 Ascot Fri 12 July 2019
Headed into the Listed Pontefract Castle Fillies' Stakes (1m4f, good) seeking a four-timer but bombed out (finished last of eight); returns to handicapping on a retrieval mission from a career high mark.
All four of her wins have come with some ease in the ground (mainly on good to soft); ran respectably over 1m6f at Chelmsford latest; cheekpieces are applied as she bids to better her close third in this contest in 2018; stablemate of Birch Grove.
Made all and always in control when turning over an odds-on favourite in a four-runner affair at Windsor (1m3½f, good to firm) in May; in very deep in the Listed Fred Archer Stakes at Newmarket latest; stablemate of White Chocolate.
Aussie Rules filly who is unbeaten so far in 2019 (3-3); took the switch to soft ground in her stride when a very game winner at Salisbury (1m2f) last month; a further 6lb higher seeking a four-timer; tough task.
Back to winning ways (third career success) when edging out Overhaugh Street by ½L at Chester (1m4½f, good to firm) a fortnight ago; 4lb higher; evidently versatile in terms of underfoot conditions.
Redcar maiden winner (1m2f, good to firm) - race weakened by the late withdrawal of a long odds-on favourite; beaten a neck in a three-runner contest on handicap debut at Goodwood (1m4f); 2lb higher; trainer won this race in 2018 with Maid Up.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Maid Up||3||8-8||5/4||Full Result|
|T: A M BaldingJ: Rob Hornby|
Bella Vita (5/2), Birch Grove (7/2), Sneaky Peek (7/2), Cape Islay (9/2), Hameem (7/1), White Chocolate (7/1), Dono di Dio (7/1)
- Dono di Dio
- Sneaky Peek
- Bella Vita
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