13:40 Market Rasen Sat 28 September 2019
Has featured twice over hurdles. She was only 3L away when she was fourth of eight over this C&D in February, while in April, she finished fourth of 12 at Ludlow (2m). Each-way claims on her seasonal reappearance.
Was a maiden on the Flat. Made her hurdles debut at Worcester (2m) back in July where she finished fourth of seven, 13½L behind the winner. Needs to improve here on her second hurdles start to be in the mix at the finish.
Scored in a point-to-point last December but has yet to prevail under Rules in three attempts so far. She made her hurdles debut last time at Huntingdon (2m) where she came home third of 12. Open to improvement. One for the shortlist.
Made a winning start to her career when she scored in a bumper at Doncaster (2m½f). She then stepped up to a Group 2 contest at Aintree (2m1f) where she was outclassed, finishing 18th of 20. Set for her first run over hurdles here. Big player.
Remains a maiden after five starts. She showed some promise at Southwell (1m7½f) when she was second of seven runners back in May but since then her form has been poor. Needs to find more to get her first win.
Was fourth of 13 in a bumper at Worcester (2m) on her debut and then finished third of six over hurdles at Bangor (2m3½f) last month. Has had wind surgery since then. She is stepping down in distance here. Best to watch for now.
Point-to-point winner who made her debut under Rules in a novice hurdle contest here over this C&D last December where she finished third of 12. She should build upon that opening outing on her return to action. One to consider.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A KingJ: Wayne Hutchinson|
Deputy's Oscar (9/4), Time Is Honey (5/2), Eyren (3/1), Absolute Jaffa (8/1), Miss Brooklyn (8/1), Perfectly Honest (22/1), Approaching Menace (28/1)
- Time Is Honey
- Deputy's Oscar
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