15:00 Haydock Thu 8 August 2019
Winner of a Listed race at Chelmsford at the start of the season and had been consistent before finding Group company too hot to handle when 21L last of 16 at York (6f, good to firm) in July. Shoulders top weight and needs to bounce back.
Absence of cheekpieces seemed to help re-find her form when a neck third of six in similar 6f contest at Windsor (good to firm) on latest start. Runs off the same mark here and drop in trip is a plus. Leading player.
Won the Two-Year-Old Trophy at Redcar last season but doesn't look to have trained on. 13L last of seven at Ripon (6f, good) leaves a lot to be desired and others are preferred.
Narrow winner at this track over 5f in June and has been running well this season. Fared better than the result suggested when 3L fourth in 5f Ascot handicap last month and is versatile trip-wise. Claims.
Rattled up a four-timer as a juvenile last season but has yet to prove she has trained on this year, including when 13L last of six in 6f Pontefract handicap last month. Has a bit to prove now.
Improving with racing this season but has struggled to get her head in front. Not beaten far in fourth at York (6f, good) and 1lb drop means she's given a further chance by the handicapper. Cant be dismissed.
Last Year's Winner
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|T: R A FaheyJ: P Hanagan|
Goodnight Girl (11/10), Molls Memory (7/2), Daffy Jane (4/1), Isaan Queen (6/1), Seen The Lyte (8/1), Summer Daydream (8/1), Lorton (8/1), Princes Des Sables (12/1)
- Molls Memory
- Goodnight Girl
- Seen The Lyte
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