Racing: Love set to go Higher.
Relishing the good to soft conditions she was punched out by Frankie Dettori for a length-and-a-half success from Ticki Tori.
Sent off the 4-5 favourite, Michael Bell's (pictured) filly is now on course for one of the Oaks trials, according to his assistant Doug Honeywell.
"That was a nice performance and she hasn't really had a race," he said.
"She's entered in the Oaks and I think she'll probably go for one of the trials next, possibly at Lingfield, though she is also in at Chester."
Dettori completed a short-priced double when Bobby Charles (2-1) scored in equally impressive style, beating Del Mar Sunset three lengths in the Kent Messenger Stakes.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Apr 6, 2005|
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