The first really competitive juvenile contest of the season featuring five previous winners. Patience Alexander routed her field at Wolverhampton but a question mark remains over the value of the form whilst Mylaporyours clearly improved from her debut last time. The form of Paddy Again's Redcar win has been nicely advertised by the subsequent Ripon success of the runner-up while newcomer Exentricity is from the first crop of Paco Boy. However, Richard Hannon is already assembling the usual high-quality juvenile army associated with the yard and TIGGY WIGGY could hardly have been more impressive when making a runaway winning debut at Kempton. The third and fourth have won since and she can double up before going on to better things.
Patience Alexander (IRE) 10-11fav (9-0) Chased leaders, pushed along halfway, led well over 1f out, shaken up and clear over 1f out, heavily eased towards finish, won at Wolverhampton 5f 2yo mdn fll (5) pol in Apr beating Zermintrudee (8-11) by 9l, 10 ran.
Tiggy Wiggy (IRE) 8-13fav (9-0) Broke smartly, made all, clear over 1f out, unchallenged, very easy, won at Kempton 5f 2yo mdn fll (4) pol in Mar beating Charlie's Star (9-0) by 7l, 9 ran.
Low Cut Affair (IRE) 5-2fav (8-11) With winner, ridden over 1f out, lost place inside final furlong, no extra, 6th of 8, 4l behind Ko Cache (8-9) at Newcastle 5f 2yo nov stk (4) gf in Apr.
Mylaporyours (IRE) 5-4fav (8-6) Chased leaders, switched left to inside halfway, went 2nd on bit 2f out, led going well over 1f out, ran on well, won at Bath 5f 2yo flls mdn auc stks (5) sft in Apr beating Doomah (8-9) by 2 1/4l, 10 ran.
Paddy Again (IRE) 10-11fav (8-1) Made all, ridden over 1f out, stayed on, won at Redcar 5f 2yo mdn aut (5) gs in Apr beating Sarista (8-9) by 1 1/4l, 11 ran.
Exentricity Paco Boy filly out of Wansdyke Lass.