MAANY finished last of 12 on debut but is bred to make a three-year-old and may be a better proposition after her year-long absence. The Newmarket maiden she ran in has produced several winners, including the smart Oaks-second Meeznah, and providing market signals are positive the Jarvis-trained filly is worth chancing. Others to have raced make little appeal although Arabian Jewel could improve, but in all probability John Gosden's pair will pose a bigger threat. Queen Of Mean should be suited by softening conditions while Maid To Dream is a full sister to a six-furlong juvenile winner; the market will separate them. Rosie Gem also needs a check while Meia Noite represents a yard that do well here but Maany gets the vote.
Arabian Jewel 8-1 (9-0) Started slowly, always in rear, never in contention, last of 11, 13l behind Hairspray (9-0) at Lingfield 6f 2yo stks (5) gf in May '09.
Bouncy Bouncy (IRE) 12-1 (8-12) Slowly into stride, towards rear, ridden 2f out, never dangerous, 9th of 14, 12l behind Ritual (9-3) at Leicester 6f mdn stks (5) gf in Jul.
Citadella Exceed And Excel filly out of City Maiden.
Maany (USA) 10-1 (9-0) Mid-division, ridden over 2f out, weakened over 1f out, last of 11, 12l behind Tabassum (9-0) at Newmarket 7f 2yo stks (4) gd in Aug '09.
Maid To Dream Oasis Dream filly out of Maid For The Hills.
Meia Noite Tobougg filly out of Executive Lady.
Ming Meng (IRE) 28-1 (8-12) Slowly into stride, behind, ridden over 1f out, no impression, 8th of 14, 11l behind Ritual (9-3) at Leicester 6f mdn stks (5) gf in Jul.
Queen Of Mean Pivotal filly out of Tyranny.
Rosie Gem Bahamian Bounty filly out of Etienne Lady.