16:20 Chepstow Tue 17 September 2019
Produced a good effort when not beaten far to finish fourth here over 1m last time. Drop back to 7f asks a question, but she should remain competitive in this weak contest.
Shown very little in short career so far, and on ratings she looks to have no chance. Impossible to fancy on all known form, and is best watched.
Frustrating eight-race maiden who has surprisingly been unable to improve for the switch to handicaps. This is a very weak race though, and perhaps the change of scenery may allow her to take form to new level.
Makes seasonal reappearance after almost a year off. Form in two career starts is not good enough to recommend her as a solid player, and she has a lot to prove on this return to the track.
Sent off at 50/1 and 66/1 on both starts to date. Fair deal of improvement needed after being well-beaten last time out in small-field affair over C&D. This is quite a great deal easier though, and she could finish thereabouts.
Although only a watching brief is advised today after the minimal amount of progress he made in three starts for former stable in Ireland, it will be interesting to see what her trainer can do with him.
Things haven't gone to plan in her short career so far. Ran better than her finishing position suggests on debut, and then something was obviously amiss when he was dismounted at Kempton (7f; standard to slow) after pulling up.
Last Year's Winner
Daryana (10/11), Gleeful (7/4), Theban Air (8/1), Sagittarian Wind (14/1), Mac Jetes (25/1), Plum Duff (40/1), Disey's Edge (66/1)
- Plum Duff
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