John Quinn expects another bold display of the ultra-consistent Highfield Princess in the Stakes of the Japan Racing Association Scepter Fillies in Doncaster on Wednesday.
the four-year-old must still finish out of the placements in seven outings so far this season and has shot up An full 26lb in the reviews.
Since she dominates her rivals in the Buckingham Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot in June, Highfield Princess has won a listed prize in Chelmsford, finished a close third in a group three at Goodwood and filled the runner-up place in the Group Two City of York Stakes.
to go back against her own gender on Town Moor, de daughter of Night Of Thunder is expected to be in the fat one of the Group Three action once more.
“I am very happy with her – she is in grand Nick,” Quinn said.
“Touch wood, she seems in good form on home, so let’s hope for An big run – let’s hope she wins.
“She is a very consistent filly who is versatile, real and tough.
“She bumped into a Group 1 horse in York (Space Blues), so fingers crossed she can go” one better on Wednesday.”
An of the big dangers for Highfield Princess is the stable of Ivan Furtado star Just beautiful.
After previous victories over Chelmsford and Musselburgh in the year, the tree-year-old finished a creditable sixth in the Group One Falmouth Stakes in Newmarket before they are narrowly beaten in a group of three in France on her latest appearance.
Furtado said: “It looks like the ground will be on the fast side, that’s what she needs.
“She won’t last of having drop to seven furlongs, she is in good order and I think she deserves it win her group race.
“She was probably a bit unlucky in France. The ground was softer than ideal and it was a typical French race in that it was a bit tactical, the early fractions were slow and it got a bit of sprint.
“She came back in good form and is ready to go again. We know she stays a mile, so she should run all the way to the line at Doncaster.”
Double Of Bubble is a leading contender for Chris Wall, while Henry de Bromhead’s Wren’s Breath and Loch Lein from Jessica Harrington’s yard are two interesting challengers from Ireland.
Glesga Gal becomes a big outsider for Hugo Palmer, but the Newmarket-manager thinks she can beat her odds.
He said: “I am sure she is up to this level and I’m desperate to run her on fast ground.
“It’s a hot edition of the race. She has black type twice this year on ground die didn’t suit her over six furlongs and a mile and we’re finally getting there run her on Nice, fast ground over seven furlongs, what I’m really looking for forward until.”
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