14:25 Newmarket Fri 12 July 2019
Plenty of promise in her debut run behind re-opposing Daahyeh here before winning her maiden at Chester in good style. Impressive when winning the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot last month and step back up in trip looks sure to suit. Leading player.
Runner-up behind a subsequent Listed winner on debut at Yarmouth and didn't need to improve to justify favouritism at Brighton. Unproven in quicker conditions if the rain stays away and needs a step up on the bare form she's shown so far.
Showed promise in a Naas maiden and placed in Group 3 class back at that venue next time out. Even better effort when only narrowly denied in the Albany last time at the Royal meeting by Daahyeh; work on to reverse form with that rival though.
Got the better of Raffle Prize on debut and that re-opposing rival franked the form when winning the Queen Mary. Stayed on well to win the Albany last time out and rates as the one to beat with her unbeaten record on the line.
Won a nice looking fillies' novice race at Windsor on debut despite looking green in the preliminaries. A long way behind Raffle Prize in the Queen Mary but unlikely that was her true running. Step up in trip sure to suit.
Won an Ascot maiden in good style and sent off favourite for the Queen Mary as a result. Creditable third of 25 behind Raffle Prize that day and while 3lb better off at the weights for a 1¼L defeat, not guaranteed to reverse the form up in trip.
Justified odds-on favouritism in her first two starts in novice company but a fair way behind both Final Song and Raffle Prize in the Queen Mary. Needs to improve markedly for the step up in trip.
Last Year's Winner
|9||Pretty Pollyanna||2||9-0||20/1||Full Result|
|T: M L W BellJ: S De Sousa|
Daahyeh (5/4), Final Song (10/3), Raffle Prize (9/2), Divine Spirit (8/1), Celtic Beauty (9/1), Lambeth Walk (25/1), Bredenbury (33/1)
- Raffle Prize
- Celtic Beauty
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