19:10 Kempton Wed 14 August 2019
Broke her maiden in impressive fashion at Redcar last time over this distance where she was staying on strongly at the finish on her second career start. Open to further improvement on opening run on the AW. Leading contender.
Was fancied to make a winning start on her debut at this track over 1m when going off as the 13/8 favourite, however, she lost 12 lengths on the field, at the start, costing her any chance of success. Worth giving a second opportunity here.
Was a long way behind when last of 11 on her debut at Wolverhampton (1m1½f) on the AW last month. She was slowly into stride and soon weakened. Much more needed on second run. Others appeal more.
Has failed to impress in her two starts so far. Came home sixth of eight on her latest outing at Lingfield over 7f when going off at 50/1. Things may help once she joins handicap company. Would be a surprise if she improved enough to win here.
She finished last of 19 on her debut at Newbury back in April and then did not perform much better on the AW at Wolverhampton (6f) on her next start. Needs to improve a lot to be in the mix on this step back up in trip.
Failed to a beat a rival on her debut at Lingfield on turf in a six runner contest over 7f where she was 19½L behind the winner after going off at 66/1. Will need to produce much more here so others are preferred.
Gale Force Ten filly who cost £4,000 as a yearling. Market may indicate a lot about her chances of success on her opening start. More can be expected once she enters handicap company later in her career.
Showed some promise on her debut at Chelmsford (1m) when fourth of 10 where she held the lead heading into the final 1f. This distance should suit her better and she is open to improvement, therefore, is one to consider.
Improved on her debut performance at Chelsmford (1m) on the AW to finish second of seven at Ffos Las (7f), beaten by just ¾L. Another strong performance is likely here so one to consider as she returns to the AW.
New Approach filly whose dam won in the US from 5½f up to 1m2½f, including in a Grade 3 contest and is a half-sister to Order of St George. Interesting newcomer on paper. Big run can be expected on his debut.
Has been well held on both of her two starts so far. She was seventh of nine last time at Nottingham (1m½f). Taking a step down in trip here on her third appearance. Others makes more of an appeal.
Dick Turpin filly whose dam was successful over 1m3f and is a half-sister El Manati who scored as a two-year-old over 6f. Keep an eye out for any strong support on her debut here where a decent opening display would not be a huge surprise.
Iffraaj filly who cost 525,000 guineas as a yearling. Her dam was a winner over 5f as a two-year-old, while she is a half-sister to Global Art who has won over 1m. One to watch on her opening start where she is sure to improve from the outing.
Was last of six on her debut at Windsor back in June over 1m when going off at 100/1 in the market, finishing 44L behind the winner. Needs to take a huge step forward to be competitive here. Hard to fancy.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Jumeirah Street||3||8-11||5/2||Full Result|
|T: J TateJ: J P Spencer|
Farzeen (8/15), New Angel (5/1), Harbour City (11/2), Havana Jane (10/1), Midas Girl (14/1), Serenading (22/1), Petit Bay (33/1), Pearl Jam (33/1), Tilsworth Diamond (66/1), Be Together (66/1), Keep On Laughing (66/1), The Pastoral Bear (66/1), Good Ole Winnie (66/1), Ewell Spring (100/1)
- Havana Jane
- New Angel
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