16:15 Beverley Tue 16 July 2019
Veteran who has consistently delivered the goods on the big stage at Galway (7f-1m+) in recent years; back with former trainer Brian Ellison of late and continuing to ease in the weights; ideally suited by a softer racing surface.
6lb lower than when beating the Mark Johnston-trained Tight Lines by a neck in this race in 2018; reasonably consistent throughout 2019 and rates as a definite contender on May's C&D second to Kylie Rules (form solid).
Sole win came for Clive Cox in a 6f fillies' novice at Haydock (heavy) last October; 0-2 for Mark Johnston and one can't help but wonder whether or not she has the required stamina reserves for this trip (untested).
Won twice in 2018 (7f-1m) for Kevin Ryan; is yet to supplement those gains (0-6) since joining this trainer for 14,000gns; showed plenty of speed until weakening late on at Ripon (1m, good to firm) last week.
Last Year's Winner
|T: T D EasterbyJ: Rachel Richardson|
Ghayyar (2/1), How Bizarre (5/2), Welcoming (10/3), Be Kool (5/1), Joe The Beau (6/1), Dream Walker (7/1)
- Be Kool
- How Bizarre
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