16:50 Wolverhampton Fri 16 August 2019
Shock winner on debut at Doncaster two starts ago and was a respectable second in 1m2f Nottingham novice contest last month. Looks to be a progressive type and can have leading say on AW bow.
Has shown ability without yet threatening to break her duck. Not suited by soft ground latest at Nottingham, could have a say here if first-time tongue-tie has a positive effect.
66-1, always in rear and last of six on debut at Doncaster (7f) last month. Much improvement needed and may need more time.
Stoutly bred filly, will be all the better for recent reappearance at Newmarket (1m, good to firm) her first start since a wind operation. Open to improvement on AW bow for in-form Godolphin trainer.
Well-bred Lope De Vega filly, minor promise shown in two runs so far and must improve for this longer trip. Possible she can do so.
120,000 gns half-sister to very smart AW sprinter Kachy. Placed in both novice runs either side of a 216-day absence, yard in flying form and rates a leading contender upped in distance.
Daughter of Phoenix Reach was tailed off last month on debut in 7f Yarmouth maiden. She has a lot of work to do upped in trip/switched to AW just to get competitive.
Mukhadram filly, unable to launch a bid in pair of turf novices over 1m/1m2f so far, switches to AW with plenty improvement to find and of more interest when going handicapping.
Daughter of So You Think, readily dismissed in pair of Newmarket novice contest, does ease in grade for AW bow, so worth a look in betting at least.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R VarianJ: David Egan|
Maximum Effect (6/5), Sweet Promise (15/8), Dubai Discovery (5/2), Lope Scholar (10/1), Tarbeyah (28/1), Storm Eleanor (50/1), Your Thoughts (100/1), Amber Jet (100/1), Phoebe Agnes (100/1)
- Maximum Effect
- Sweet Promise
- Dubai Discovery
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