17:50 Chelmsford City Thu 12 September 2019
Scored over this trip at Chepstow on debut before finishing down the field in a sales race at York just a week later. Will have found the trip too short that day and promises to be more of a factor here.
£30,000 son of Wootton Bassett who was soon outpaced when sent off at 33/1 on debut. Dramatic improvement required in this company
Did not have to improve on her debut effort to land a minor race in a slow time at Lingfield. Needs to find a lot more in order to follow up.
Rates the pick judged on her Windsor victory but she has not really progressed since. Stable operating at a 35% strike rate with their AW juveniles this term and cheekpieces applied this time.
Attracted some support on Newmarket debut, but only beat one home in what appeared to be a weak race for the venue.
Caught the eye on Wolverhampton debut when running on late behind a well-regarded winner. Stable have had a couple of winners this week and he commands respect in receipt of weight.
£32,000 yearling with a speedy pedigree being by G Force out of a 5f winner. Question marks regarding the trip and the yard's horses usually improve for a run.
Has only revealed a modest level of ability so far, but suspicion she may do better for today's extra furlong.
Oasis Dream half-sister to triple winner Attainment. Finished 5½L behind Miss Thoughtful on debut and needs to improve significantly on that.
Has several winners in her pedigree and sire gets his share of AW winners. Down the field on both starts, but there have been signs of ability and she could improve for the switch of surface.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M L W BellJ: Hayley Turner|
Love Destiny (6/4), Silver Samurai (4/1), Ventura Star (4/1), Mitty's Smile (8/1), Miss Thoughtful (8/1), Oasis Song (16/1), Typhoon Lily (25/1), Disarming (33/1), One Alc (33/1), Lisbeth Salander (50/1)
- Love Destiny
- Silver Samurai
- Mitty's Smile
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