20:40 Chelmsford City Fri 9 August 2019
Has been well beaten in her three racecourse starts so far, including latest at Lingfield (6f) on the AW when sixth of 10. Returns to action for the first time since November. Handicap debut. Best to watch for now.
Her sole success came on her debut at Newmarket (6f) where it looked as though she was going to progress into a smart filly. Unfortunately she has not followed it up since then. Was third of 12 last time at Newmarket (6f) which offers encouragement.
Has been a long way down the field on his three runs so far. His latest effort came at Pontefract when seventh of nine over 6f. Handicap debut here so keep an eye out for any market confidence behind him.
Still bidding for her opening success after seven starts. She was seventh of 14 last time on the turf at Leicester (7f). Down 2lb to a new low mark on her return to the AW surface. Each-way claims here.
Remains a maiden after nine starts but she went close to that opening success last time at Wolverhampton (6f) on the AW when third of 12, beaten by just ¾L. Remains off the same mark so has a big chance here.
Has been well beaten on all three of her starts so far. Her latest outing was at Windsor over 6f where she finished seventh of 13 after going off at 50/1. Opening run in handicap company will help but others appeal more.
Has yet to improve in her three runs since joining handicap company. Had just one horse behind her last time in a 11 runner field at Lingfield (7f). Visor and tongue-tie on for first time, down a further 4lb but needs to improve to be in the mix.
Has struggled in her two handicap runs on turf, including latest at Nottingham (1m½f). Taking a big drop down in trip here on what is her debut on the AW surface. Cheekpieces on for first time. Should be competitive off this mark in this field.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J R JenkinsJ: David Probert|
Twilighting (11/8), Maid Millie (7/2), Aquarius (4/1), Obsession For Gold (7/1), Miss Gargar (8/1), Catheadans Fiyah (25/1), Queen Of Bradgate (33/1), Uponastar (33/1)
- Miss Gargar
- Queen Of Bradgate
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