16:50 Southwell Sun 18 August 2019
Showed promise all four starts in bumpers and a novice hurdle for Dominic Ffrench Davis, and made winning start for current handler when scoring her comfortably over 2m4f last month. Penalised but has champion jockey to help her cause.
Three wins on Flat at up extended mile and not completely disgraced when distant fourth of six on hurdles bow last time at Uttoxeter. Will know more now but needs to take a big step forward to score.
Won Irish mares maiden point in January and showed a little promise in first two starts under Rules prior to undergoing wind surgery. Appeared not to stay 2m4f here last time but was beaten a long way from home and has plenty to prove.
Home bred mare by Yourgunnabelucky out of French 2m2f hurdle winner. Showed very little on debut when blinkered and last of six in Ludlow bumper in May. Hurdles bow but hard to fancy on what we've seen so far.
Showed a modicum of promise on second bumper start when fifth at Hexham and was never placed to challenge when distant third of five over C&D last month. May need more time.
Decent third on debut in May in Newton Abbot bumper and finished runner-up in Ffos Las mares bumper penultimate start. Two lengths clear and looked in control on hurdles bow at Worcester recently when fell 2 out. Solid claims if none the worse.
Very moderate filly who has shown little on the Flat and no better in two starts so far over timber. Very hard to enthuse over her chance here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J W MullinsJ: Nico de Boinville|
Smart Getaway (30/100), Never Be Enough (2/1), Malina Ocarina (4/1), Go To Court (8/1), Duck Egg Blue (12/1), Sweet Flora (16/1), Sharaina (40/1), Mandarin Princess (100/1)
- Malina Ocarina
- Never Be Enough
- Smart Getaway
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