15:10 Lingfield Sat 11 January 2020
Has run respectably well on her two starts to date, finishing fourth of both occasions, including latest at Wolverhampton (1m) in an eight runner contest. Will need to improve to break her maiden so others appeal more.
Gleneagles filly whose dam was a winner over 1m3½f and a half-sister to Jumbajukiba who was very smart over 1m. Keep an eye out for any strong market confidence on her opening appearance on the track.
Stepped up on her debut run to finish second of 12 at Kempton (1m) last time in what was her first outing on the AW. Open to further improvement as she remains on this surface. She is one for the shortlist.
Was a long way down the field when she came home eighth of 13 at Newbury (6f) on her debut back in September after going off at 12/1. Is entitled to have needed that run so more may be likely here. Best to watch.
Has failed to beat a single rival in two attempts on the track. Both of her two starts have come on the AW at Kempton. Her latest run coming in over 1m in a 14 runner contest. Hard to make a case for on what we have seen so far.
Finished fourth of six at this course (5f) on her debut. Failed to perform better last time at Yamrouth (6f) as she had just one rival behind her in a nine runner contest. Set for her first run for her new yard here. Others are preferred.
Has finished second on both her two outings to date in what has been a promising start to her career. She was denied by just a neck last time over this C&D. Remains open to improvement. Cheekpieces are on for the first time. Leading contender.
Iffraaj filly who cost €110,000 as a yearling. Her dam was a winner as a two-year-old over 1m½f. She is a half-sister to Special Purpose who prevailed over 5f. Yard command respect with their newcomers so she is one to think about.
Was a long way down the field on her debut at Doncaster (1m) but fared much better last time as she was second of 12 at Chelmsford (1m), beaten by just a neck. One to consider on the basis of her latest outing.
Was well held on her sole appearance so far at Wolverhampton (1m½f) after going off at 66/1. She was never on terms in that first run. Will need to take a big step forward here to be in contention at the finish.
Lawman filly whose dam was a winner over 1m2f. She is a half-sister to Skpeaing who prevailed over 1m2f. Likely to need this opening appearance so others make a great appeal.
Last Year's Winner
Mrs Upjohn (11/8), True Scarlet (9/2), Believe In Love (11/2), Bustaan (7/1), Surround (7/1), Bruisa (12/1), Lady Tati (16/1), Vischio (33/1), Auditoria (33/1), Windy Cove (50/1), Cath The Great (66/1), Coconut Sugar (100/1)
- Mrs Upjohn
- Believe In Love
- True Scarlet
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