EVIDENCE DE THAIX (best price 5-2) was made to work hard for her first UK success at Exeter last time out, but she was ultimately well on top in the closing stages and given the subsequent exploits of the runner-up that day, Philip Hobbs’ mare appears to have got into her first foray into handicap company on an extremely lenient mark.

Runner-up at Lingfield on her opening bow since leaving the French provinces, the daughter of Network was strongly fancied to make in second time lucky at the West Country venue and after settling a good deal better despite the absence of the hood, she found plenty for pressure to send her supporters home happy.

Moreover, not only was her speed figure very good 29 days ago, the horse she beat, Our Dot’s Baby, has gone to advertise the form in no uncertain terms at Newbury the other day and given that Jeremy Scott’s useful mare is officially rated 123, the assessor may have dropped a proper clanger pitching this four-year-old mare in here off a 3lb lower perch. 


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