13:55 Nottingham Wed 9 October 2019
Has been in great form this autumn and made it three wins from her last four starts with victory in heavy ground at Haydock last time. Penalty to carry for that but proven under the conditions and must go close once more.
Has fallen to a dangerous looking mark but that's down to a series of pretty moderate efforts this year, and she showed no signs of turning things around at Ayr last time. Needs to show more before supporting her.
Useful dual-purpose mare that last won over hurdles at Lingfield back in February (soft ground), not seen out since April and likely to need this after an absence, but will try her best.
Improving 3yo filly that has won back-to-back handicaps on her last two starts, showing she stays well and acts on soft ground in the process. Gets the allowances here and must have a solid chance of landing the hat-trick.
Has some form over C&D with some cut, but that came last year and her earlier efforts have left plenty to be desired. Well handicapped if she can bounce back, but that's a big if, and she has an absence to overcome too.
Acted well on heavy ground when successful at Hamilton two starts back, and has won over this trip too, so has some plus points, but they have come in a lower grade and she now needs to bounce back from a poor effort last time out.
Last Year's Winner
Maid In Manhattan (11/8), Well Funded (11/8), Miss Latin (5/1), Donnachies Girl (11/1), Methag (14/1), All My Love (16/1), Double Reflection (25/1)
- Maid In Manhattan
- Well Funded
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