16:35 Newbury Fri 16 August 2019
Went close on her debut at Kempton (6f) on the AW last month in a promising start to her career where she was staying on strongly at the finish. Open to improvement so one to consider here on her second appearance.
Kodiac filly who was foaled on April 18 and cost €90,000 as a yearling. She is a half-sister to Sandiva and Wentworth, both of which were smart winners up to 1m1f. Interesting debutant who is worth a market watch.
Has shown promise on both of her two starts so far. she was second of eight on her debut at Newmarket (6f) and then she finished third in a nine runner field at Ascot (7f). Stepping back down in trip which will help. One for shortlist.
Kodiac filly who was third of eight on her debut at Newmarket (6f) in what was a promising opening appearance when going off at 14/1. Should take a step forward here for a top yard. One to watch.
Has been well held on both of her two starts so far, including latest appearance at Sandown (5f) where she was eighth of 10. Back up in trip here but she needs to improve a lot to be in the mix at the finish.
Finished second of 12 on her debut at Windsor (5f) back in May in what was a good start behind a smart filly. Although she never looked like passing the winner, she was staying on strongly at the finish. Open to improvement. Leading contender.
Kingman filly who was foaled on January 8. Her yard have to be respected with their newcomers, many of which perform very well on their debut. Strong market confidence behind her would be a big clue here.
Last Year's Winner
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Star In The Making (2/1), Breath Of Joy (7/2), Game And Set (4/1), Woodhouse (9/2), Kodiellen (6/1), Don'tyouwantmebaby (16/1), Spurofthemoment (33/1)
- Star In The Making
- Game And Set
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