13:50 Chepstow Thu 12 September 2019
Yard don't have a lot of two-year-old runners, Casamento filly well held in nurseries at Musselburgh (good) and Carlisle (heavy) so far over 5f. Should appreciate this surface if rain stays away and can be competitive.
Bits of promise in four turf runs, didn't appear to relish step up to 7f on nursery bow at Kempton last time. Back down in trip and should be able to put in a challenge.
Bated Breath filly, improving in each of four runs so far. Built on runner-up effort in Lingfield novice by going down neck in C&D nursery last time, with some of these behind. Big claims of going one better.
Improved to be third of 10 in Kempton AW nursery over 6f last week on second go in this sphere. May have a role to play if transferring that form across to the turf.
Not without promise in six-race career so far but essentially hasn't progressed for three starts in nurseries. Will have to do more from declining mark to get on the board.
Turned out for three quick runs in early summer to qualify for this sphere, hasn't come forward however in two nursery starts so far, with best part of 6L to find on Blue Venture from last week's C&D meeting.
Debuts in a handicap after three modest displays over 5f. Was allowed to start at odds of 150-1 last time and did little to suggest she'd be a market mover to follow next time out. Others more appealing.
Kyllachy filly has three heavy defeats on her record in novice/selling company so far. Has beaten very little home and can only be watched on first foray in nurseries.
Bungle Inthejungle filly, has only manged to beat one of the 29 rivals she has faced in three runs so far. Blinkers added for nursery bow but seems unlikely to be the answer here.
Last Year's Winner
Blue Venture (11/8), Santorini Sal (3/1), Lara Silvia (9/2), Full Spectrum (11/2), Sir Rodneyredblood (8/1), Shaun's Delight (10/1), Red Cinderella (20/1), Mumsbirthdaygirl (25/1), Mayflower Lady (33/1), Goodman Square (50/1)
- Blue Venture
- Sir Rodneyredblood
- Full Spectrum
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