Ida Inkley showed improved form at Bath last time and should be thereabouts along with Split Second, who will have come on for her introduction at Chepstow where she ran green. Liquid Sunshine and Van Der Art make little appeal on breeding, but it's a different story with fellow newcomer QUITE A THING. Sir Mark Prescott's first two-year-old runner of the season cost 25,000gns, is a half-sister to the useful sprinter Dazed And Amazed and has entries in the valuable sales races later in the year. She's taken to make a winning debut here.
Ida Inkley (IRE) 25-1 (9-0) Soon led, ridden, edged left and hit rail entering final furlong, soon headed, lost 2nd and weakened final 120 yards, 3rd of 6, 3 1/2l behind Betty Fontaine (8-11) at Bath 6f 2yo flls mdn auc stks (6) fm in May.
Imperial Weapon (IRE) 25-1 (8-6) Close up, ridden halfway, weakened final furlong, 6th of 8, 12l behind Judas Jo (8-8) at Catterick 5f 2yo mdn aut (6) gf in May.
J Cunningham 15-2 (9-0) Slowly into stride, held up, headway 3f out, ran green and outpaced by leaders when carried right over 1f out, 4th of 6, 13l behind Dozy (9-0) at Nottingham 5f 2yo flls mdn auc stks (5) gf in May.
Liquid Sunshine Baltic King filly out of Sylvan.
Quite A Thing Dutch Art filly out of Amazed.
Split Second (IRE) 4-1fav (8-8) Slowly into stride, mid-division, ridden over 3f out, never on terms, 6th of 11, 7l behind Wolfgang (8-12) at Chepstow 5f 2yo mdn aut (5) gd in May.
Van Der Art Dutch Art filly out of Chase The Lady.