John Fretwell is noted as a purchaser of particularly precocious types so we can be sure that HUSTLE BUSTLE will be plenty forward in her work and, in a race where the market should tell us plenty, the David Brown-trained filly gets our vote. Richard Fahey's stable has commenced the season in decent form and Sandiva appears to have plenty in her favour. As a half-sister to Richard Hannon's useful juvenile performer, Wentworth, there is every reason to believe that she can do herself justice. Tom Dascombe enjoyed plenty of success with his juveniles a couple of seasons ago so Stepping Out is interesting. Among her relatives include crack Northern sprinter, Duchess Dora. Sunningdale Rose looks best of the pair to have already seen the racecourse. Despite running green in the initial stages of her debut at Yarmouth, she did enough to suggest herself capable of winning a race in the future.
Chance of Romance (IRE) Moss Vale filly out of Evening Promise.
Hustle Bustle (IRE) Elusive City filly out of Coachhouse Lady.
Misty Sparkler Mount Nelson filly out of Statua.
Pastoral Witness 40-1 (9-0) Raced stands' side, chased leaders, weakened 1f out, 9th of 13, 11l behind Justice Day (9-5) at Newbury 5f 2yo mdn (4) gs in Apr.
Sandiva (IRE) Footstepsinthesand filly out of Miss Corinne.
Stepping Out (IRE) Tagula filly out of Teodora.
Sunningdale Rose (IRE) 3-1 (8-9) Soon niggled along in rear, headway 1f out, went 3rd inside final furlong, stayed on, no impression, 3rd of 5, 3 1/2l behind Lady Lydia (8-4) at Yarmouth 5f 2yo mdn aut (5) gf in Apr.