She showed a good attitude when winning her sole start at two for me. I don’t think you can go overboard about the bare form of that Chelmsford win but this Frankel filly clearly has the pedigree and potential to improve and progress a good deal this season. David’s horses are beginning to come good now, and obviously the 3yo fillies are in good nick, so hopefully she can make her presence felt in a race which is full of similarly lightly-raced and unexposed winners. She’s just ready to start her season, and it’s not easy going straight into a Group race on her second start, but she’s a promising filly with a tremendous temperament. We’ll know where we stand after this but her work has been progressive all spring, and I’m looking forward to riding her.
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