is building up a nice portfolio of solid performances at this track and looks sure to go well despite trying Class 3 company for the first time. Michael Appleby’s charge opened her account at the Colwick Park venue when landing an extended mile handicap back in April and although she failed in her bid to follow up 10 days later, fast ground was to blame for her demise. Back on her favoured soft surface, the daughter of High Chaparral absolutely bolted up on her next visit several weeks later, so much so, that the handicapper took umbrage by dishing out a 15lb punishment. Off the track for five months, she ran as though just needing the run when nutted in the dying strides in a well-contested affair here seven days ago, but with the likes of the strongly fancied pair, First Sitting and Green Light well beaten in behind, the form looked reliable. Now proven off her new mark and sure to be straighter for that outing, this likeable and game filly makes plenty of appeal at her early quotes and should be backed accordingly.