20:00 Kempton Thu 10 October 2019
Struggled in a higher grade and on heavy ground last start and now returns to her favoured track. Remains on a competitive mark and could go well.
Showed big improvement on her last three starts and was tried in Listed company latest. Step up in trip the one question but has to be respected off this mark back in handicap company.
Won over this C&D off 5lb lower last year but course form has been disappointing since. Capable and ran well last start but form this year has been inconsistent.
Lightly raced and proving progressive this year. Has taken big steps forwards in her last three starts winning twice and a second in between. Won with plenty in hand latest and 6lb rise may not be enough to stop her on course debut.
Consistent performer was tried in French Listed company last time. Worth another go at this trip and has a course win. No reason she can't be competitive back in this company.
Ended a run of three seconds with a breakthrough success on start number seven. Stayed on as though she will have more to offer at this extra distance and is unexposed. Every chance if taking to this surface.
In improved and good form with a win and a third at Lingfield the last twice. Up in class so this will be tougher and failed to fire on previous visit to this track.
Sprang a surprise with a much improved effort to get off the mark at Chelmsford over 1m2f and shaped as though this extra distance will bring further progress. Up in grade and 6lb penalty but may be up to it.
C&D winner off 7lb lower two starts back but disappointing here last time. Needs a first time visor to have a desired effect and this is tougher.
Consistent in three starts for new yard since leaving Luca Cumani. Rallied well last time and likely she'll improve with time for strong connections. One to consider in an open race.
Last Year's Winner
Chicago Doll (3/1), Lucky Turn (9/2), Norma (13/2), Honfleur (13/2), Mina Vagante (7/1), Manorah (8/1), Hermosura (12/1), Dono di Dio (16/1), Point In Time (25/1), Maroon Bells (40/1)
- Chicago Doll
- Lucky Turn
- Mina Vagante
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