13:40 Carlisle Wed 11 September 2019
Raced to a similar level in two starts so far when beaten just under nine lengths on both occasions. That level of form would need considerable improvement on.
Stable not noted for their juvenile winners but she made some very good late progress when third over this C&D last month. Proved green and got a fair way behind early and that's up with the best form on offer. Likely improver.
Daughter of Fountain Of Youth and a first foal out of an unplaced mare. Stable has a low strike-rate with their juveniles this campaign. One to watch on debut.
Tagula filly fetched just €1,500 as a yearling and a second foal to an unraced dam. Stable has just had one juvenile winner this year and doesn't catch the eye on debut. Trainer also runs Mereside Blue.
Decent effort in finishing 2L fifth in a 15 runner 6f maiden at Doncaster and showed slight improvement when a neck third over 5f at Thirsk. Extra trip should suit again and should be competitive.
Daughter of Sepoy cost 10,000 gns as a yearling and a first foal to an AW winner. Stable has had just one juvenile winner this year and probably best watched on debut.
Filly by Baltic King who cost €23,000. Half-sister to a couple of winners at up to 1m (dam 7f 2yo winner). Best observed unless the market speaks strongly in her favour.
By Sleeping Indian out of a modest dam and never got involved when 50/1 on last month's debut. Remains hard to fancy.
Daughter of No Nay Never and a second foal who cost £50,000 as a yearling. Stable in form and can ready a newcomer so worth a check in the betting.
Pastoral Pursuits filly who cost £10,000 as a yearling and was never involved at 50/1 on debut. Remains best watched.
A son of Showcasing who cost 30,000 gns and ran above market expectations when a close second over 5f on debut. Ran on as though this extra furlong would suit and a likely leading contender.
Only finished sixth of nine on her debut at Windsor. Looked as though the trip was too sharp for her on her opening run. Likely to improve later in the year at a longer distance. Others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|11||Summer Daydream||2||9-0||8/1||Full Result|
|T: K DalgleishJ: Connor Beasley|
Hostelry (2/1), Sendacard (5/2), Quick Recap (7/2), Dandy's Angel (9/1), Niamh's Starlight (20/1), Baracca Rocks (20/1), Stormy Girl (25/1), Mereside Blue (40/1), Elfrida Beetle (50/1), Pearl Of India (66/1), Granny Grey (66/1), Rosa P (125/1)
- Dandy's Angel
- Quick Recap
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