15:15 Ayr Fri 20 September 2019
Is on for a hat-trick bid here following wins at Newcastle (5f) on the AW and Ayr (5f). Having her first shot at a Listed race but she deserves her chance following a good run of form. Will need to produce a career best.
Her sole success came at Thirsk (5f) in August 2018. She produced her best run of the season last time when she was third of 10 at Beverley (5f) in a Listed race. A repeat of her latest effort gives her an each-way chance.
Scored on the AW at Newcastle (5f) three runs ago but has been unable to follow that up in two outings since then. She was 15th of 22 on her latest appearance at York (5½). Needs to improve on what he shown so far to be in the mix.
Her most recent success coming at Ripon (6f) back in May. Has performed modestly well at this level in her last three starts, including latest at Tipperary (5f) when she was fifth of 12. Cheekpieces are on for the first time. Others are preferred.
Has three wins on the AW but is yet to score to on turf in six attempts. She was fifth of 14 on her latest bid in a Listed race at Baden-Baden (7f). Has a tongue-tie on for the first time and is down in trip. Needs to improve on this surface.
In good form at the moment with two wins coming from her last three starts. She was successful at Salisbury (6f) last time in an eight runner field. Taking a big step up in class now so will need to produce more.
Has not prevailed since scoring at Catterick (5f) in July 2018. Has not been too far away in all four of her Listed attempts this season, with her latest effort coming at Tipperary (5f) where she was fourth of 12. Others make more of an appeal.
Won at Ffos Las (6f) on her penultimate appearance in a four runner contest. She then finished fourth of 13 at Hoppergarten (6f) in a Listed race, beaten 2¾L. Needs to improve if she is to be competitive here.
Lightly-raced filly who has appeared just three times so far. She broke her maiden on her debut at Newcastle (5f) on the AW. Has performed well in two Listed races since. Open to improvement so she has each-way claims.
Has won all three of her races this year, with all of her success coming at Hamilton over 6f. She scored by 4½L last time in an emphatic victory. Deserves her shot in a Listed race. Worth considering.
Recorded four wins on the AW earlier this year and then scored at Chester (6f) on turf in May. Her form since then has been mixed. Could only finish ninth of 17 in a Listed contest at Naas (6f) last time. Hard to make a case for.
Has been successful in both of her last two races, with her latest victory coming over the extended 5f trip in a 19 runner handicap contest at York. She was staying on strongly at the finish last time. Worth consideration here.
Was victorious twice last season on the AW but she has been unable to add to her tally in 2019 so far. She was fifth of 12 last time in a Listed contest at Newbury (6f). Has had wind surgery since so she may produce more now. One to respect.
Is 0-7 on turf but did win twice on the AW last year. Produced a career a best two runs ago when she was third of eight in a Listed race at Sandown (5f). Was disappointing on her latest appearance at Deauville (6f). Needs to improve.
Prevailed four times last season in an impressive novice campaign, with the highlight being her victory in the Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot. She was ninth of 12 in the Group 1 King's Stand Stakes last time. Big player at this level.
Two-time winner who has gone close in her last three starts, finishing second in each other those, including latest appearance at the Curragh in a Group 3 contest, going down by just a neck. One to consider.
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