14:40 Beverley Sat 31 August 2019
Stoutly-bred Charm Spirit filly. Quite well fancied, but seemed green when a respectable 6¾L sixth of 10 to Sesame Birah at Newbury, and likely to improve on that.
Full-sister to smart 1m-1¼m winner Mango Diva out of Group 3 Golden Daffodil Stakes (1¼m) winner Mango Mischief. Appeals on pedigree, but yard's juveniles invariably need the run on debut.
Showed plenty after a slow start on debut at Haydock in July, but again missed a beat at the start when only fifth at Doncaster next time. Can do better, and has claims here, but needs to be more alert.
Related to a host of winners, including G3 winners Sent From Heaven and Above Average. Knew her job and shaped well when 1L second of 13 to Elegant Erin in a 7f maiden at Salisbury on debut, and a repeat would give her a big chance here.
Out of a 6f winner, and well fancied to make a winning debut over 7f at Haydock only to be denied a run when going well. This is a stronger race on paper, but she is entitled to progress.
Unfancied, but improved on debut effort when 3¾L fourth of 13 to Macho Time in a 6f novice at Redcar last time, staying on gradually. Longer trip sure to suit now, and not taken lightly.
Highly tried in a traditionally hot maiden at Goodwood on debut, and improved when fifth of 9 to King's Caper at Ripon (1m) last time despite not seeming to stay. Drop in trip gives her chances here.
Looks devoid of ability, if not temperament, based on two efforts over 5f, failing to beat a rival either time, and badly detached after virtually refusing to race here last time.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Sir Mark PrescottJ: L Morris|
Freyja (11/10), Fraternity (7/2), Afraid Of Nothing (9/2), High Flying Bird (6/1), Phantom Bride (12/1), Al Jawhra (25/1), My Dandy Doc (25/1), Violette Szabo (100/1)
- Phantom Bride
- My Dandy Doc
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