The market will be useful but Misdaqeya did enough on debut to indicate that she can win a maiden and she receives the nominal nomination. The maiden in which she made her debut in at this course has worked out quite nicely and she looked sure to come on for that initial experience. The second, fourth and fifth have all gone on to win whilst the third wasn't beaten far on her only subsequent outing. Misdaqeya was held up after a slow start and never threatened to take a hand in proceedings but should be able to leave that form behind in due course. Jeremy Noseda's juveniles have recorded three wins from just five runs and Kissing The Camera, a Galileo filly, has to enter calculations if the market gives out the right vibes; Mick Channon's juveniles have also been in flying form and similar remarks apply to his Daylami filly, Daheeya. Moonburst, Redhead and Refuse To Decline are other interesting sorts on paper but Misdaqeya is taken to put her experience to good use.
Daheeya Daylami filly out of 7f-1m4f winner Kind Regards.
Kissing The Camera Galileo filly, half-sister to numerous winners from 6f-7f.
Misdaqeya 13-2 (9-0) Slowly into stride, in rear, ridden 2f out, never nearer, 7th of 10, 6l behind Danehill Destiny (9-0) at Newmarket 5f 2yo mdn (4) gd in Apr.
Mistress Mary Needwood Blade filly, half-sister to 1m3f winner Plenty Cried Wolf and miler Ya Late Maite.
Moonburst Dalakhani filly out of winning miler Moon Goddess.
Redhead (IRE) Redback filly out of a moderate racemare.
Refuse To Decline Refuse To Bend filly out of a mare who ran only once.
Tamarah Beat Hollow filly, half-sister to winning stayer The Varlet.
Halaak (USA) Harlan's Holiday filly, half-sister to top-class 6f & 1m winner Cash Included.