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'Esentepe's been working well - she's a nice filly'.

3.55 Newmarket EBF 'Mount Nelson' Montrose Fillies' Stakes (Listed) 1m C4/RUK Card page 50 Key stat Paul Cole (Gifted Girl and Swingland) is 2-3 in 2yo non-handicaps at the track this season What they say Clive Brittain, trainer of Amthal "She's a filly with a future. She got completely lost in her first race but showed she had something about her at Kempton where she came through from last. I think the mile will suit her."

Hughie Morrison, trainer of Coquet "It looks a hot race and she'll probably have to improve substantially to feature, but she's a nice filly with a lovely pedigree and should stay a mile and a half next year."

Richard Hannon, trainer of Dare To Dream and Esentepe "It looks a very good race and they are both going up in grade. Dare To Dream is in good order and the step up to a mile is not a worry. Esentepe has been working very well - she's a nice filly."

Paul Cole, trainer of Gifted Girl and Swingland "Both horses are in good form and have shown some ability. Any rain would be fine."

Marco Botti, trainer of Graser "She won her maiden nicely and I think she's improved since. She's in good order and we're aiming for some black type, so we hope she runs a nice race."

Charlie Hills, trainer of Na Zdorovie "She's been working well since her last run at Doncaster and it looks an open race."

Roger Varian, trainer of Oojooba "It looks a very competitive race and it will take a good filly to win. She won nicely at Haydock and she's really a filly for next year. Hopefully she can acquit herself well."

Brian Meehan, trainer of Pretty Pebble "She won narrowly at Warwick last time and the extra furlong should help but this is a big rise in class."

Mahmood Al Zarooni, trainer of Tactfully "She is a nice filly and has improved for her first start. Her coat is starting to turn but she has been fine in her work and I am hopeful she can run well. This race will tell us a lot more about her ability. She hasn't reached the level of Lyric Of Light or Discourse yet, but you never know until you give them a serious test."


Oojooba (left), seen here winning at Haydock last month, is expected to go well for the Roger Varian stable
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Oct 29, 2011
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