14:45 Market Rasen Thu 16 January 2020
Made little impression on debut at Uttoxeter (2m, heavy) on New Year's Eve and this rates as a far more challenging assignment; is fully expected to struggle.
Bought for £62,000 after winning a 3m mares maiden at Dromahane (yld/soft); justified favouritism when making all (ploughed through the mud) on rules debut at Hereford (2m, heavy), beating Misstree Song by 5L; is clearly a useful prospect.
Well-backed when an easy 8L debut winner at Fontwell (1m5½f, soft) in October; beaten favourite (ninth of 11) in a Listed contest at Cheltenham (2m½f, soft) subsequently; needs to bounce back to form in order to take a hand.
Point winner (Great Trethew); was put firmly in her place by the promising Hollymount Holly at Hereford (2m, heavy) four weeks ago, and on identical terms it's nigh impossible to envisage those placings being reversed.
Held no chance with the winner (White Hart Lady) when beaten 4L at Aintree (2m1f, soft) in October; simply can't reverse those placings, and there's every likelihood that a few of the others are open to considerably more progress.
Looked smart when winning on debut at Fairyhouse (2m4f, gd/yld) and followed up at Cork (2m, soft/heavy) on her seasonal reappearance; nowhere near that form at Navan latest; is considered a major player on the strength of her earlier efforts.
Comfortably had the measure of the reopposing Roseisaroseisarose when making a smooth winning debut at Aintree (2m1f, soft) in October; turned in a lacklustre effort (heavily eased) at Huntingdon subsequently; shouldn't be written off just yet.
Midnight Legend filly; half-sister to seven winners, including the novice hurdler West Cork; ran green on Newbury debut (1m4½f, soft) yet was still wise enough to score by 2¼L (from Coquelicot); steps up in trip and grade.
Canford Cliffs filly from a point/bumper winner (Toto Corde Meo); €6,000 vendor yearling; is a first ever Market Rasen runner for the Closutton maestro Willie Mullins; the market should yield some informative clues.
Last Year's Winner
|Who What When||4||10-3||12/1|
|T: M McGrathJ: Joshua Moore|
Panic Attack (5/2), Midnight Ginger (3/1), The Getaway Star (7/2), Midnight Callisto (6/1), Hollymount Holly (7/1), White Hart Lady (9/1), Roseisaroseisarose (33/1), Misstree Song (33/1), Blue Hawaii (100/1)
- The Getaway Star
- Hollymount Holly
- Panic Attack
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