17:30 Wolverhampton Mon 9 September 2019
2-8 so far, winning a novice contest at Lingfield in May (6f, good to firm) and a Leicester seller (6f, good) in July. Runner-up a couple of times since, potentially on a decent mark for nursery/AW bow with trainer flying.
Hasn't strictly gone on from debut second in 6f Kempton maiden in June, makes nursery bow here and has to be a chance he'll improve now.
Well held in three qualifying runs and again on nursery bow at Beverley (7½f, good to soft) last month. First start on the AW and has plenty improvement to find.
Kyllachy filly, plenty speed and placed in 2-4 runs so far (all over 5f). Up in trip for AW/nursery bow and one to pay close attention with possible improvement to come.
Winner on soft-ish ground at Thirsk in June over this trip, has been competitive in three turf nurseries since and could go well here in first-time cheekpieces if taking to the AW.
Recorded a victory on handicap debut at Ffos Las (5f, good-to-soft) last month. Good third off this 4lb higher mark on the AW at Chelmsford (5f) subsequently and another bold show looks likely.
Had a couple of subsequent winners (fourth and sixth) in behind when breaking her duck at Newbury (6f, good to soft) in June; well held twice in nurseries so far on turf. Needs bit more on AW bow having been eased 2lb.
Yard not really noted for their two-year-old's but in fine fettle right now, this Gutaifan filly put in a poor effort at Carlisle (6f, good to soft) on third run but has potential for better on AW/nursery debut.
Winner of a C&D seller early last month and then ran well enough after slow start at Lingfield in a handicap. Eased 2lb back here and claims if not doing herself a disservice at the start.
Six-race maiden, has some promising form on turf at Newbury and Ffos Las over this trip and seemingly didn't get home over 7½f at latter track 17 days ago. Worth considering back over this distance.
Mayson filly, has shaped with some promise in trio of maiden/novice runs over 5f/6f on turf. Could have more to offer now tackling a nursery if she acts on this surface.
Anjaal filly, £20,000 yearling. Looks up against it on evidence of three 5f turf runs in novice/maiden company. Makes AW/nursery bow with plenty to work on.
Last Year's Winner
Fair Pass (4/1), My Motivate Girl (9/2), Angels Faces (6/1), Calippo (8/1), Twice As Likely (8/1), Crime Of Passion (8/1), Havana Dawn (8/1), Doncaster Rosa (14/1), She Looks Like Fun (14/1), Lady Celia (20/1), Farewell Kiss (20/1), Chromium (25/1), Midnight Mimosa (25/1)
- Havana Dawn
- She Looks Like Fun
- Crime Of Passion
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