15:20 Newmarket Sat 21 September 2019
Didn't make her debut until June but has quickly made up for lost time, winning her last two starts. Impressive at Chelmsford (1m, Polytrack) 17 days ago, she makes her handicap debut here and it's highly unlikely we have seen the best of her yet.
Won at Jebel Ali (6f, dirt) back in February but has improved significantly on her last three starts since joining this yard. She can be keen through her races, however, and the combination of this trip and a small field may not be ideal.
Has steadily improved this year, winning three times (7f/7½f). Another good effort in defeat at Thirsk (7f, good) two weeks ago when finishing third but was beaten fairly and this may be a tad more difficult.
The step-up to this trip saw her improve to win at Haydock (1m, good to firm) in July and won again at Nottingham (1m½f, soft) two runs ago. May have found 1m1f and soft ground too much at Newbury recently and receives weight all round.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Highland Pass||4||8-9||11/4||Full Result|
|T: A M BaldingJ: William Cox|
Nazeef (6/4), Salayel (7/4), Astrologer (5/1), Saikung (6/1)
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