18:10 Chepstow Thu 15 August 2019
£25,000 purchase as a yearling; related to plenty of winners over a variety of distances; stable in good form and has a good record at this track. Respected.
28,000 euros purchase as a yearling; related to minor middle distance winners. Stable in fair form and has decent record on this course; check the market for more clues.
Had looked slightly progressive when winning at Lingfield in July but disappointed last time out at Newbury. Excellent chance if she can bounce back from that experience.
Already gelded; Cost 23,000 euros as a yearling and subsequently resold for just 8,000 euros; first foal; dam won plenty of races up to 1m1f; probably best watched on debut.
Cheaply bought as a yearling and breeding is nothing special; Unlikely winner on racecourse debut unless market speaks in the gelding's favour.
Has the best form of those with experience and has progressed with every run though still yet to win. Yet to encounter a soft surface but every chance if handling it.
Much better effort last time out after a disappointing debut run at Newmarket (finished last of 11). Showed she was starting to learn as she did her best work in the closing stages at Kempton in that race. Chances if progressing.
Has shown little to nothing in two outings to date. A tad early in her career to be written off but needs to show more ability to become anything like a good betting proposition.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Hackle Setter||2||9-2||14/1||Full Result|
|T: S KirkJ: David Egan|
Love Destiny (7/2), Junvieve (7/2), Space Ace (9/2), Nat Love (9/2), Maximilius (9/2), Buto (7/1), John Leo's Son (16/1), Mayflower Lady (80/1)
- Love Destiny
- Nat Love
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