15:35 Newmarket Fri 11 October 2019
Decisive winner over 7f on the July course in the summer but disappointing when upped to group level. Latest fifth behind Powerful Breeze in 1m Group 2 at Doncaster means she has plenty to find.
Ran a very good fourth on debut and put inexperience behind her to win 1m Newcastle novice in late September. This is a drastic step up in class but runners from this yard cannot be ignored.
Progressive filly. Landed Group 3 spoils at Goodwood (7f) in August and did herself no harm when second behind Powerful Breeze in 1m Doncaster Group 2 last month. Respected and has place claims.
Unbeaten in three starts and took form to a new level when impressive winner of 1m Group 3 at the Curragh in late August. Form of that looks solid and yard are mopping up juvenile fillies Group 1 races this season. Shortlisted.
Progressive sort. Put behind a disappointing effort two starts ago to land Group Moyglare Stud Stakes (7f) on Irish Champions Weekend. Step up to 1m should be no issue and looks a serious contender for classics next year. Leading chance.
Cheap purchase as a yearling who has been a revelation, winning Newmarket novice (7f) on debut before 1L victory in May Hill Stakes (1m) at Doncaster last time. Had re-opposing rivals in behind her that day and has to be respected.
Narrow winner of 7f Newbury contest on debut but significantly improved to win over that track and distance by 9L. Early favourite for next year's 1000 Guineas off the back of that and every chance she can step up to this level.
Shaped well for a long way on debut at Ascot (7f) in July before good success in C&D fillies novice three weeks ago. Improving sort but this requires another step up.
Made virtually all to win Group 3 Sweet Solera Stakes (7f) on the July course two starts ago but well held when stepped up to a mile behind Powerful Breeze at Doncaster in September. Big improvement needed on that evidence.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J P O'BrienJ: W M Lordan|
Quadrilateral (9/4), Cayenne Pepper (11/4), Love (4/1), Powerful Breeze (7/1), Boomer (10/1), Queen Daenerys (16/1), Anastarsia (20/1), West End Girl (33/1), Ananya (50/1)
- Cayenne Pepper
- Powerful Breeze
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