13:00 Ffos Las Thu 28 November 2019
Runner-up in a Wincanton bumper (good to firm) in May, and produced her best effort yet when under 7L fourth in a Plumpton maiden hurdle (soft) last time out. Will need more than that to win this, but could pick up some prize money.
Won a mares' maiden Irish point in March 2018 and changed hands for £82,000 the following month. Has been making steady improvements in three similar races to this. Handles soft and should be thereabouts.
Dual point winner on testing ground. 0-2 over hurdles, and was well held in a Chepstow maiden hurdle last week. Others preferred.
Has looked moderate so far, and while it is still early days, she will need significant improvement to take a hand here.
0-17 over hurdles, and it has been no worse than good to soft on the three occasions she has been placed. Deeper conditions a concern, but if handling it she could pick up some prize money again.
Last Year's Winner
Deja Vue (1/5), Getawaytonewbay (5/1), Memphis Bell (7/1), Annajemima (8/1), Time For Champers (20/1), Miss Antipova (25/1)
- Deja Vue
- Memphis Bell
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