KIND SKY defied track conditions and a huge market drift to win seven days ago and Paul Young’s bitch should not be fazed by an upgrade in Romford’s A4 over 400m at 12.46.
She was competing in top grade as recently as October and that latest win came not only on a rails-favouring track but on the back of some lacklustre efforts suggesting it should act as a major confidence-booster.
FIX EIGHT has been performing consistently well with a string of four seconds and David Mullins’ bitch can go one better in an A5 at 11.01.
It is all about taking early command with her and she can clear Rhapsody Angel to do so while, even at a track with few evening meetings currently, it may be significant that all six of her Romford wins have come during daylight hours.
DAPPER LILY was one of the wides to effectively have no chance against the track bias last Saturday and Gemma Evans’ bitch is better judged on Tuesday’s second place, a repeat of which may suffice in another A5 at 11.31.