18:15 Redcar Sun 21 July 2019
Versatile, having shown plenty of ability over hurdles without winning; 3lb higher than when landing the odds (8/13f) over 1m6f at Nottingham (good) in June; well beaten in a Class 4 contest at Sandown latest.
Placed on both previous visits to Redcar, beaten ½L by Sosian over 1m2f in May; poor since; sole win in 21 career starts was for Alan King at Nottingham (1m+) last summer; stamina?
Hasn't won since November 2017 (1m4f, Newmarket); beaten ½L by her 33-1 stablemate Lizzie Loch at Ayr on Monday (1m5f, good); 2lb lower and really ought to throw down the main challenge to Distant Chimes.
Off the mark at the 14th attempt when winning a Class 6 handicap over C&D (good) 29 days ago, beating the subsequent Chester winner Angel Gabrial by ½L; plenty more needed from 4b higher in a more competitive race.
7lb lower than when scoring over C&D in September 2017 (soft); in reasonable form of late, including when beaten less than 1L by Robeam at Catterick (1m6f) 18 days ago; this race looks to be more competitive.
Last Year's Winner
|8||The Resdev Way||5||9-2||11/1||Full Result|
|T: P A KirbyJ: Paula Muir|
Distant Chimes (1/1), Donnachies Girl (13/8), Oi The Clubb Oi's (5/2), Nearly There (7/2), Jan De Heem (9/2), Zamoyski (13/2), Seaborough (12/1), Sweet Marmalade (14/1)
- Distant Chimes
- Donnachies Girl
- Oi The Clubb Oi's
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