17:20 Wolverhampton Sat 30 November 2019
Made all to win readily on her Kempton (5f, AW) debut in October, justifying favouritism in good style; disappointing on soft ground at York last time out; likely to be better back on AW and one to consider.
Excellent effort on heavy ground at Windsor on debut ran well below that effort when placed at Newcastle on latest start; decent chance if reproducing debut effort but bit to prove now.
Cost 15,000 euros as a yearling; related to minor winners on the Flat; might have a appreciated a lower draw on debut; market should pinpoint his chances.
Totally outpaced on only racecourse appearance at Newcastle last week; encouraging he is sent out so quickly and is well drawn but hard to be confident about his chances.
Looks up against it on the evidence of his two racecourse appearances to date; obviously open to improvement but difficult to make a case for.
Has produced two steady if spectacular runs to date; showed she handled the AW when finishing 4th at Kempton in September; capable of improving again and possibly one for the shortlist.
Cheaply bought yearling related to some fair Flat performers; bred to stay further than this and one who will probably do better with a few runs under her belt.
Failed to follow up promising debut at Newmarket in July at the same track the following month; was too keen on second run and long break and first-time headgear may help.
Daughter of Kodiac cost £26,000 as a juvenile; some late headway on her debut at Catterick in June; likely to need this run after long break; first time headgear slight concern but well drawn.
Little evidence on her first two runs to suggest she would be capable of winning this; likely to do better when eligible to race in handicaps.
Not disgraced on her debut here earlier this month, running well from a wide draw; similarly inconvenienced here so may have to settle for minor honours at the very best.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Vee Man Ten||2||9-2||13/8||Full Result|
|T: I FurtadoJ: K T O'Neill|
Agent Shiftwell (4/5), East Of Eden (5/1), Rosa (11/2), Autumn Trail (12/1), Lady Melody (12/1), Bring The Money (14/1), Dreamboat Girl (25/1), Marina Grove (33/1), Gypsy Traveller (50/1), Tattletime (50/1), Chocolaat Heer (100/1)
- Agent Shiftwell
- Autumn Trail
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