17:20 Fontwell Sun 8 September 2019
In need of the experience on debut and improved to go down by a neck at Newton Abbot last month. Likely to progress again and rates a leading contender.
Daughter of Fair Mix, who sired Simonsig, makes her debut for a stable not noted for winners in this sphere. Probably best watched unless significant market support.
Daughter of very good jumps sire Martaline out of a mare who was a maiden. Stable has had one bumper winner in the last five years and others preferred on debut.
Daughter of Brian Boru and an eighth foal who is closely related to point winner Bracho and a half sister to bumper, hurdle and chase winner Strongly Suggested and point winner Bringinthebranston. Stable not noted for bumper runners.
Daughter of French Derby runner-up and top jumps sire Oscar and a first foal to a bumper and hurdle winner. Stable in decent form and she's just their second bumper runner of the season. Likely type on debut.
Three-race maiden in point-to-points changed hands for £8,000 last month. Eye-catching jockey booking on debut for a stable who can produce a bumper winner. Market should provide a good guide.
Ran to a similar level in two Newton Abbot starts to date which included a latest narrow third when she stumbled on the bend before staying on in strong style. Should have more to offer and a leading contender.
Raced to a similar promising level in two recent starts and didn't get the clearest of runs at Worcester last month. Has looked as though she'll benefit for each run and should be competitive again.
Winner of her only Irish point-to-point by 1L last October; cost £19,000 straight after that. Stopped quickly on bumper debut in June when well fancied and much more needed.
Last Year's Winner
|T: C E LongsdonJ: J J Burke|
Miss Mondito (6/4), Libbdan (11/4), Rosie Picture (5/1), Shantou Sunset (8/1), Brooklyn Belle (14/1), Eightsixsix (16/1), Whatcolourishe (25/1), Fayette (25/1), Let It Roll (33/1)
- Rosie Picture
- Brooklyn Belle
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