16:15 Ffos Las Tue 13 August 2019
A low-grade performer who made little impression in three starts on turf and three runs on the AW for her former yard. Easy to omit from the betting plans given the poor standards shown so far.
Cost just £600 and has been well beaten in three bumpers; huge improvement needed now the filly switches codes of racing and it'll be surprising if she has enough speed to cope with the switch.
Debut was a quiet affair but this half-sister to 1m2f winner, Ace Combat, was a different proposition last time out. The Lawman filly ran on strongly over an extended 1m3f to win with a bit in hand at Haydock and has to merit consideration again.
Encountered some decent types since her introduction in April but has been consistent in defeat and sets a good standard to aim for here. A daughter of Cape Cross, who cost 475,000 gns, she looks the one to beat if the cheekpieces do their job.
Out of a 1m2f winner who is a half-sister to Listed placed Moonday Sun, the gelding makes some appeal on pedigree but ran no sort of race and was pulled up on debut at Wolverhampton last month. Hard to recommend and probably best watched this time.
Stablemate of Just Champion who at least has some C&D experience to draw from; and looks the better of the two at present. However, she's still got a lot to find and this might be a step beyond her current capabilities.
Was slow to get going in both previous starts and only showed moderate improvement last time out. She has winners in her pedigree but might have to wait until she goes handicapping to be presented with a better chance of emulating her relatives.
A Noble Mission filly out of a Dansili mare, she made a very modest start in a novice stakes (for fillies) at Chemlsford last month and already needs a big step forward. Another who is likely to do better in handicaps later on.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Formula One||3||9-2||5/4||Full Result|
|T: H PalmerJ: Ben Curtis|
Cape Cavalli (5/6), Monica Sheriff (11/8), Roving Mission (5/1), Lucy Lou (12/1), Tops No (33/1), Just Champion (50/1), Hurry Kane (66/1), Lady Of Mercia (66/1), De Beau Tant (100/1)
- Cape Cavalli
- Monica Sheriff
- Lucy Lou
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