17:55 Wolverhampton Fri 18 October 2019
A well-bred filly who won really nicely (wearing a hood) on debut at Newmarket in April and is an interesting candidate for the yard to reintroduce at this time of year. The form looks solid as the runner up from that race is now rated 101; player.
A €15,000 daughter of Dark Angel who is a sister to a couple of 7f winners; as well as being a half-sister to Jake's Destiny, a 6f winner on the AW as a two-year-old. Yard going well but no surprise to see this filly progress from here.
Didn't get competitive in either of her first couple of outings and arrives here with a lot to prove on her AW debut against some interesting contenders. Will probably do better when going handicapping next year.
Met a smart type on debut at Newcastle and time may tell that getting within 4L of that winner is a useful guide for future handicaps. Needs a step forward here but is in the right hands and could easily force her way into the frame this time.
Bred to be effective on the AW but first two starts have been nothing out of the ordinary. Likely to better in handicaps and has a bit to prove now dropped to the minimum distance.
Finished 1L ahead of Made For You at Haydock last month , which was a marked improvement from her debut run at Carlisle a fortnight earlier. Another who is likely to have more to offer and certainly merits a betting check at least.
Cost 34,000 gns and is related to winners on the AW so ticks some of the right boxes. Jockey bookings suggest she's the stable's second string behind Made For All but she can only improve as she gains experience.
Last Year's Winner
Chasing Dreams (2/9), Quick Recap (7/2), Made For All (7/1), Paycheck (8/1), Sendacard (12/1), Lady Tati (16/1), Grace And Virtue (25/1), Brainchild (33/1), Oasis Song (40/1), Superiority (80/1), Barbelo (80/1)
- Chasing Dreams
- Quick Recap
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