14:10 Doncaster Thu 12 September 2019
Twice placed (7f) and is clearly progressing with experience; was beaten approximately 2L when fourth to Boomer in the Group 3 Prestige Stakes at Goodwood (7f, good) - form subsequently boosted by the runner-up Dark Lady; sets the standard on form.
Ultra-impressive when winning by 8L on debut at Newmarket (6f maiden) in June, but hasn't necessarily appeared to be the most straightforward of fillies since - pulled way too hard in the Group 3 Sweet Solera Stakes.
A consistent and hardy filly; notched her second career success when running on strongly to fend off the challenge of Knightcap at Leicester (6f, good) three-weeks ago; competes off 7lb higher in a stronger race.
Polytrack winner (6f); headed close home when beaten a head by Oti Ma Boati in a Class 4 nursery here (6f, good) on her penultimate start; ran respectably (fourth) in defeat to today's rival Graceful Magic at Newmarket (6f) subsequently.
Finished 2½L in front of today's rival Rosadora (fourth) when dead-heating with Rose Of Kildare at Newmarket (6f, good to firm); appeared to show further improvement when an unlucky loser latest and is due a 3lb rise; stablemate of Special Secret.
Made a low-key debut (green); completely transformed at Lingfield (6f) six-weeks later when springing a 33-1 surprise; backed that up with another solid effort latest (is closely matched with Special Secret); heads off down the nursery route.
Made a pleasing impression when scoring by 4½L on debut at Newbury (6f, good to soft) in June and had excuses when a beaten favourite on her next start; with her Windsor form franked, like her stablemate Graceful Magic she remains of interest.
Arguably a shade unfortunate not to hold an unbeaten record but is 2-2 on turf courtesy of novice auction wins at Yarmouth (6f) and Redcar (7f); certainly isn't short on early pace yet this is by far her sternest test to date.
Progressing nicely with racing until fluffing the start and losing all chance in the Listed Champion 2yo Trophy at Ripon (6f) last month; has precious little to fear from these conditions (trip/track or ground) but is likely to find others stronger.
Finished strongly when fourth on debut in the Listed Marygate Stakes at York (5f, good/firm) in May, but patently didn't stay 7f at Thirsk (penultimate); broke her duck in a 5f Beverley novice (2-1f) four-weeks ago; trainer also saddles Barbarella.
Made all and won unchallenged in a four-runner contest at Musselburgh (7f, good to firm) just over a fortnight ago, in the process supplying Rebecca Menzies with a first ever juvenile scorer; must take another step forward on nursery debut.
Still seeking her first success after finishing runner-up on a couple of occasions, including on the AW at Chelmsford (7f) a fortnight ago when beaten narrowly by Hashtagmetoo; it's doubtful that she'll be strong enough for this company.
Runner-up to the likeable War Storm in a small-field affair at Yarmouth (6f, firm) on her penultimate start; not so effective at Chelmsford latest and this race is a much sterner test of her ability; others are favoured.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Stay Classy||2||8-7||6/1||Full Result|
|T: Richard SpencerJ: David Egan|
Graceful Magic (5/1), Stylistique (5/1), Galadriel (13/2), Rosadora (8/1), Special Secret (9/1), Company Minx (9/1), Insania (11/1), Incognito (12/1), Ultra Violet (12/1), Barbarella (16/1), Keep Busy (18/1), Nirodha (20/1), Red Treble (22/1), Too Shy Shy (33/1), Taste The Nectar (40/1)
- Graceful Magic
- Special Secret
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