14:45 Huntingdon Tue 15 October 2019
Definite signs of ability in a couple of bumpers, including a Listed event at Market Rasen at the turn of the year, and will improve for some hurdles and a step up in trip. One to be interested in.
Bit out of her depth on her final start of last year but had looked progressive before that, taking a bumper at Sedgefield on Boxing Day with plenty in hand; should have a good season ahead of her, and has chances if fit today.
Bumper winner (for another yard) at Clonmel back in February, and ran just as well at Naas on final start; begins in a suitable race for new connections and this trip should suit. Keep an eye on the market is the advice.
Point-to-point winner at Kingston Blount back in March but never got competitive on her only start under Rules, that being a novice hurdle at Worcester back in August. May do better but can only be watched on that.
Placed in three of her four bumpers last year, running to a similar level each time, but a bit disappointing on hurdles debut at Bangor in August, well beaten in the end. May have needed that to blow the cobwebs away, so could improve here.
Winner of a point-to-point at Ballysteen back in April and current connections went to £45,000 to purchase her at Cheltenham Sales not long after; represents top yard and will stay well, so has to be a leading player on hurdles debut.
Not shown a lot in three starts, a bumper and two novice hurdles, and broke a blood vessel last time out as well; plenty to prove at present and can only be watched.
Very progressive last year and won a competitive Listed bumper here last December, showing a good attitude into the bargain. Exciting prospect for her yard this year and can make her presence felt on her hurdles debut today.
Purchased by current connections for £60,000 at Aintree Sales in April after almost winning on her only point-to-point start, denied by a head; yard know the time of day here and it would be foolish to underestimate her chance.
Last Year's Winner
Timetochill (9/4), Elk Bridge (3/1), Who's The Boss (4/1), Getaway Mag (4/1), Crossgalesfamegame (9/1), Fricka (25/1), Dares To Dream (25/1), Saintbury Lady (66/1), Foxy Singer (100/1)
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