14:40 Doncaster Thu 12 September 2019
Beaten just once this season and twice a winner at this level, landing Haydock's Lancashire Oaks (1m4f, good to firm) before thrashing Manuela de Vega in the Lillie Langtry Stakes at Goodwood (1m6f, good to firm); is very difficult to oppose.
Bettered her July Newmarket Listed success (1m4f, good) when staying on for pressure in deep ground in the Group 2 Prix De Pomone at Deauville (1m4f+, heavy); remains on a steady upward curve and receives a handy 10lb from Enbihaar; player.
Gowran Park maiden winner (1m+, soft); has shown improvement this season in making the transition into pattern races; finished a keeping on (never able to challenge) 66-1 fifth to Anapurna in the Oaks; one of three declared by Aidan O'Brien.
Went close to landing the hat-trick when beaten by a neck in a Class 2 fillies' handicap at Newmarket (1m6f, good); takes a complete leap into the unknown; appears to have masses to find at the weights against far superior rivals.
Beat stablemate South Sea Pearl (fourth) when a game winner of the Group 3 Stanerra Stakes at Leopardstown (1m6f, good to firm) in July; below that level of form since, and seemingly held by both Enbihaar and Dame Maillot.
Comfortable winner of the Listed Vinnie Roe Stakes (1m6f, good) at Leopardstown in July; left toiling by Enbihaar (Lillie Langtry), Dame Maillot (Prix De Pomone) and the great Enable (Yorkshire Oaks) in three subsequent starts.
Runner-up in the Group 2 May Hill (1m) here last September; has enjoyed a fruitful summer period, culminating with a narrow defeat in the Group 3 Prix Minerve at Deauville (1m4f+, good) latest; is worth a try at today's longer trip.
Consistent; proved herself as far more than a very capable handicapper when bursting through between horses for a 5L win in the Listed Chester Stakes (1m6f, good) just under a fortnight ago; open to more improvement (is required).
Last Year's Winner
|6||God Given||4||9-5||5/1||Full Result|
|T: L M CumaniJ: J P Spencer|
Enbihaar (6/5), Dame Malliot (9/4), Delphinia (15/2), Vivid Diamond (12/1), Star Terms (12/1), South Sea Pearl (20/1), Oydis (33/1), Peach Tree (33/1)
- Dame Malliot
- Vivid Diamond
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