Dreamy Ciara got off the mark at Wolverhampton earlier this month and stepped up on that effort when beating a well-regarded Hannon inmate at Nottingham. She has a double penalty to carry now, however, and may struggle to get the better of BAILEYS JUBILEE. The latter looked a potentially smart early-season juvenile when beating the more experienced Marvelino by four lengths at Kempton and the switch to turf shouldn't be a problem. Newcomers Lucky Beggar and Tahaf are both nicely-bred but may do better when tackling longer trips later in the year.
Baileys Jubilee 9-1 (8-12) Broke well, switched right and led briefly soon after start, remained prominent, driven to lead over 1f out, drew clear inside final furlong, impressive, won at Kempton 5f 2yo mdn stks (5) pol beating Marvelino (9-3) by 4l, 10 ran.
Dreamy Ciara 2-1 (8-11) Made all, ridden 2f out, driven out, gamely, won at Nottingham 5f 2yo nov stk (4) gs beating Black Monk (9-0) by 1l, 4 ran.
Lucky Beggar (IRE) Verglas colt out of Lucky Clio.
Tahaf (IRE) Authorized colt out of Lady Zonda.