14:45 Bath Sun 15 September 2019
Slow to start on debut but benefited greatly from the run; went on to win with a determined effort at Hamilton (extended mile, good) in July and that form has been franked since. Gives weight to unexposed rivals but still looks the one to beat here.
A cheap purchase who was tailed-off on debut in mid-August but stepped up considerably to win a claimer at Lingfield shortly after. That was a weak race and the gelding debuts for a new yard, so needs to take another big step forward.
Out of a 2m selling hurdle winner who was also of limited ability during 15-race career on the Flat; the filly is a half-sister to 6f winner Cat Fire and runs for a yard that has been very quiet lately. Would be a surprising winner.
Her dam was placed over a slightly longer trip and the filly is a half-sister to Group 3 winning sprinter Scream Blue Murder, so she does make some appeal on pedigree. She's still need to be of a decent standard to win at the first time of asking.
Well beaten in both previous starts and has a fair bit to find judging by the way the filly dropped away at Goodwood over 7f last time out. The step up in trip can help but she'll likely do better when contesting handicaps at a later stage.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Owen BurrowsJ: David Probert|
New Arrangement (1/6), Summer Skies (4/1), Olaf (7/1), Lilly's Legacy (66/1), Kira's Star (66/1)
- New Arrangement
- Summer Skies
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