14:45 Lingfield Sat 18 January 2020
5,500 gns buy at May breeze-ups. Fifth foal with half-brother El Astronaute the standout among his relations. Interesting to see how he goes in the betting on debut as trainer has his jumpers in good form.
Has shown nothing in two runs over this trip at huge prices and needs to show dramatic improvement with handicaps after this likely to be the best option.
Related to five winners at various trips and showed she is likely to be adding to the family record with a promising fourth over 7f on recent debut. Drops down a furlong now but that shouldn't be a problem and one of the likeliest on form.
Was inclined to hang in the closing stages when third over 7f here last time out and gave the impression that the return to 6f here, which she shaped well over on debut, may see her in a better light for now.
Shaped nicely when 4L third of 10 on Wolverhampton debut last July. The absence since though suggests something wasn't right after but top stable fully capable of getting them ready after a break.
From a family the stable have done well with and has shown enough to suggest she will be adding to the tally. Seemed to find 5f too sharp at Southwell last time and this return to 6 should see her in a better light.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Archie WatsonJ: Edward Greatrex|
Portugueseprincess (5/4), Shymay (3/1), New Arrival (10/3), Morning Fury (7/1), Pride Of Punjab (12/1), Vive Audacter (16/1), Bank Holiday (33/1), Now We're Touring (33/1)
- New Arrival
- Morning Fury
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