17:45 Newmarket Fri 19 July 2019
Broke her maiden over this distance eight days ago at Yarmouth where she justified strong market support to score comfortably by 5L after making all. Has a 6lb penalty here but she looks open to improvement. Leading player.
Lightly-raced filly who has had just the three runs so far. She was second of 10 two starts back at Chepstow (1m), while more recently, she finished fourth of six at Doncaster (7f). Handicap debut and up in trip. Very interesting.
Has been successful in three of her four starts this season, with her latest victory coming at Windsor over this distance on her previous start. She has been raised 5lb by the handicapper so she will need a career best but that cannot be ruled out.
Still looking for her maiden win after four races. She went close on the AW at Kempton (7f) on just her second start when third of 13, beaten by just ½L. Struggled on handicap debut at Lingfield last time where she was 10th of 11. Needs to improve.
Started her career with two consecutive victories but has struggled to follow that up since then. Has been a lot better recently as she has hit the frame in her last two starts. Cheekpieces on for first time today and not without an each-way chance.
Has been in excellent form recently with three consecutive victories, with her latest win coming at Chepstow over 1m4f when going off at the 11/10 favourite. Up 7lb for her previous success and down 2f in trip. Has to be considered.
A C&D winner who enjoys this track as all six of her victories have come here. Her form has been disappointing so far this season since she switched yards but she is back up in trip and has to be respected off this mark.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A KingJ: R L Moore|
Fearlessly (5/4), Bint Soghaan (7/2), Sigrid Nansen (6/1), Junoesque (7/1), Eesha's Smile (8/1), Trulee Scrumptious (16/1), Give Me Breath (18/1)
- Sigrid Nansen
- Bint Soghaan
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