17:35 Newcastle Fri 8 November 2019
Equiano filly whose dam was a regular winner, including on the AW. Badly in need of the experience, however, when trailing home last of eight at Southwell (5f, Fibresand) in February and needs the break since to have brought about big improvement.
A moderate 11-race maiden who showed no improvement for a nine month break when returning at Musselburgh (5f, good to soft) six weeks ago. Best watched.
€29,000 yearling. Fourth foal; dam a four time juvenile winner (5f-6½f). Also a half-sister to American 1m½f winner. Yard have plenty of debut winners and should be taken seriously in a race that lacks any depth.
Just the three starts for the Ralph Beckett yard showing ability on the first two of them last year but well beaten on her stable/handicap/AW debut at Kempton (6f, Polytrack) 17 days ago. Has a squeak if building on that effort after 11-month break.
This will be her 15th attempt to get off the mark. She came very close to her opening success two runs ago at Wolverhampton (7f, Tapeta) where she went down by just a nose but didn't match that at Chelmsford (7f, Polytrack) recently.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M DodsJ: Callum Rodriguez|
Milagre Da Vida (10/11), Society Guest (11/4), Royal Dynasty (3/1), Kemmeridge Bay (33/1), Inn With The Gin (33/1), Abbi Dab (66/1)
- Milagre Da Vida
- Society Guest
- Royal Dynasty
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