There are lots of reasons why Gold Show should be given a final chance to shed her maiden tag but she'll probably find a way to get beaten again and is only a pound higher than VIRGINIA GALILEI on official ratings. David Lanigan's filly was never travelling on fast ground in a handicap at Yarmouth last time but had run well on soft at Windsor earlier. She's preferred to Be My Rock, who may have been flattered by her debut second behind Khazeena on the Polytrack.
Fairy Trader (IRE) 12-1 (10-5) Tracked leaders, outpaced when not fluent 3 out, no impression from next, last of 6, 15l behind Goodwood Starlight (11-8) at Southwell 2m sell hdl (5) gd in Jul.
Be My Rock 12-1 (8-9) Held up in 4th, driven over 2f out, chased leading pair over 1f out, stayed on to take 2nd towards finish, no chance with winner, 2nd of 6, 3l behind Khazeena (9-0) at Lingfield 1m 3yo mdn fll (5) pol.
Bov La Raconteuse 100-1 (8-5) Dwelt, in rear, struggling over 4f out, soon tailed off, 8th of 11, 16l behind Keyaadi (9-3) at Chepstow 7f mdn stks (5) gs.
Gold Show 9-4 (8-12) Led, ridden when strongly challenged over 2f out, soon headed, rallied entering final furlong, stayed on same pace, 2nd of 4, 1 1/2l behind Miss Cap Estel (8-12) at Ffos Las 1m mdn auc stks (5) gd.
Virginia Galilei (IRE) 7-2 (9-6) Dwelt never going in rear, pushed along 5f out, ridden halfway, never a factor, 8th of 9, 18l behind Consider Yourself (10-1) at Yarmouth 1m fll hcp (5) gf in Jul.