14:30 Haydock Sat 10 August 2019
Multiple winner at around 1m, though all on AW. 0-10 on turf, and held both in Group 3 and Listed company in her last two starts. Others preferred.
Won going away on debut at Gowran Park in May, and was quickly snapped up by current connections. Trounced her field on soft at Nottingham on her recent stable debut. Could be anything at the moment, and looks well up to this level. Claims.
7f novice event course winner (good to firm) last over a year ago. Has run with credit in this grade at Musselburgh and Pontefract on her last two starts, but more needed.
Dual handicap winner with some very solid form to her name. Third in this grade at Musselburgh in June, and ran well to be beaten less than 4L in the Royal Hunt Cup. Below par latest, but each-way player if bouncing back.
Unbeaten so far and has impressed in winning at both Newmarket (7f, soft; easily) last November, and then a month later in a Deauville AW Listed event (7½f). Holds a Group 3 entry later this month and looks a major player.
Improving filly who arrives on the back of a class 3 Goodwood handicap win last week. Will need a significant step up on that to be competitive in this field.
Dual 1m winner, the latter in an Ascot conditions contest in May. Acts on good to firm/good to soft. Tried to make all in a Sandown Listed event last time, and was collared for second close home. One of the more likely contenders again.
Last Year's Winner
|10||Unforgetable Filly||4||9-2||14/1||Full Result|
|T: H PalmerJ: Ben Curtis|
Miss O Connor (11/10), Feliciana De Vega (2/1), Muchly (7/1), Red Starlight (8/1), Agincourt (10/1), Ardiente (12/1), Maid For Life (14/1), New Day Dawn (25/1), Contrive (33/1)
- Miss O Connor
- Feliciana De Vega
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