16:45 Kempton Mon 5 August 2019
Others are potentially better treated but, Listed company at Pontefract apart, the triple winner has proved she can be relied upon to give a good account. Stable operating at a 32% strike rate so hard to ignore.
Has struggled at Listed level since a 12L romp at Chelmsford in January. Too early to write off but her latest run does demand significant improvement.
Winner of three races as a juvenile and proved herself in Listed company. Has not had the best of campaigns this term, but this will be her easiest assignment and currently hard to rule out any of the yard's runners.
Has done all her winning on turf and with some give underfoot. Has slipped below her last winning mark and headgear applied. Has been placed on Polytrack and stable have made a good start to the month.
Outran odds of 33/1 when beaten the minimum margin in a Newbury Class 2. Lucky not to have been reassessed and has C&D winning form.
Failed to fulfil market expectations on handicap debut and clearly something was amiss. Nevertheless she has a lot to do in the hardest race of her career on just her fifth start.
Last Year's Winner
Hameem (11/10), Point In Time (4/1), White Chocolate (5/1), Isabella Brant (8/1), I'll Have Another (10/1), Plait (10/1)
- Point In Time
- I'll Have Another
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