17:50 Newmarket Fri 2 August 2019
Wins at Lingfield (1m3½f) and Newcastle (1m4½f) this season but ran no sort of race when last of four beaten 17L as favourite at Brighton latest. No obvious reason for that but stable's runners often bounce back quickly if they flop.
Beaten a neck here over 1m6f and ½L into third at Yarmouth latest back to 1m3½f. Likable mare seems in as good form as ever and again looks sure to make a bold bid.
Benefitted for a step up in trip as many from this yard do when winning for the first time over 1m2f at Leicester last time. Upped 4lb by the handicapper but another 2f should see her improve again to negate that. Leading claims.
Winner over 1m2f at Pontefract was fourth next at Doncaster before unsurprisingly struggling in a warmer contest at Sandown. Bred to appreciate this new trip but will probably have to improve for it here.
Left debut running well behind when victorious in a four runner 1m4f novice event on the AW at Lingfield in March. Given a break afterwards she disappointed when last of eight at Nottingham and is yet to beat a rival on turf.
Off the mark on handicap debut upped to this trip for the first time at Salisbury (soft) and was highly impressive. Made favourite since she disappointed at Leicester on good to firm but could bounce back here.
Not many from this yard reach seven races as a maiden but the filly shouldn't keep supporters waiting much longer based on her ¾L third over 1m2f and latest running-on neck third at Wolverhampton over this trip.
Only made the frame once since winning at Lingfield (AW) in March and her form is quite patchy in general. Others make greater appeal.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Point In Time||3||9-1||4/1||Full Result|
|T: M D I UsherJ: J P Spencer|
Swansdown (15/8), Cambric (7/2), Potters Lady Jane (5/1), Francophilia (5/1), Overtrumped (7/1), Chicago Doll (10/1), Navigate By Stars (10/1), Vin D'Honneur (20/1), Break The Rules (50/1)
- Chicago Doll
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