Josephine Gordon: She did well to be beaten just over 3 lengths last time
I rode her for the first time when she was seventh in the Dick Poole at Salisbury. She did a lot wrong in the early stages of that race, so I would say that she did well to be beaten just over 3 lengths. I think the step back down to 5f will suit her as she has plenty of speed, and hopefully she can continue to progress here. She will need to, as she has a bit to find on form with a few of these, but I would say the potential is there from what I saw at Salisbury, though she does have a mind of her own!
I rode her on her first three starts, and she showed a really good attitude to win at Ascot for me. She may not be the biggest but she is a tough one alright. She didn’t run as moderately as it first may appear in the Sweet Solera, as she was far too keen there, but she ran a good race when second to a decent filly at Kempton last time. She clearly has a lot to find on form with the likes of Gavota and will be one of the outsiders here no doubt, but hopefully she can continue to improve with experience.
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