18:35 Newcastle Fri 18 October 2019
Kept on strongly from off the pace to score on her second start at Newmarket (7f, good to firm); found the Group 3 Prestige Stakes far too competitive at Glorious Goodwood; returned to calmer waters for nursery debut; chance.
5lb higher than when making all to score on nursery debut at Newbury (7f, good) in August; respectable in more competitive Class 2 nurseries at Newmarket (7f) and Goodwood (6f) since.
Made all in a four-runner contest at Musselburgh (7f, good to firm), in the process supplying Rebecca Menzies with a first ever juvenile winner; stayed on stoutly when third at Catterick (7f, good to firm) latest; stiffer stamina test should suit.
Five-race maiden; promoted to second in a 7f nursery at Kempton early last month; ran to an equivalent level of form in a Class 2 nursery on turf at Newmarket (7f, good) subsequently - fifth of 15 to Huboor.
Beaten a short-head in a sustained duel with the subsequent conditions stakes second Kalsara at Kempton (7f) in August; reasonably consistent since, without fully seeing out the 1m trip at Chelmsford; others preferred.
Invincible Spirit filly; finished third to the subsequent Newcastle winner Jovial over 6f at Yarmouth in August (work to do with Lasting Legacy on a very strict line through Faakhirah); truthfully her Leicester nursery debut wasn't earth-shattering.
Dragon Pulse filly (£6,000 yearling); shouldn't prove capable of winning a race of this nature judged upon the form that she's shown so far (0-4); 50-1 when finishing 4+L fourth to Tell Me All in a 1m nursery at Ayr (good).
Last Year's Winner
Onassis (15/8), Charming Spirit (7/2), Angel Of Delight (9/2), African Swift (11/2), Dancing Leopard (7/1), Lasting Legacy (10/1), Red Treble (12/1), Bye Bye Euro (12/1), Miss Villanelle (16/1)
- Lasting Legacy
- Angel Of Delight
- Red Treble
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