The well-bred and lightly raced filly can give John Gosden a fifth success in the year’s final Classic
Until her stablemate Enable made a promising reappearance last weekend, it really did seem that Lah Ti Dar (3.35) might be on her way to the Arc via Sunday’s Prix Vermeille, and her prospects in those French races appeared good. So she is naturally easy to like now that connections have opted instead to switch her to the St Leger, and she can give John Gosden a fifth success in the year’s final Classic.
Well bred, lightly raced and seemingly improving in leaps and bounds, the filly bolted up at York last time, her first race for three months. Any improvement will make her irresistible here, for all that Kew Gardens has plenty of class when things fall right.
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Chester 1.30 Axel Jacklin 2.05 Night Of Glory 2.40 Mountain Bell 3.15 Rockin Roy 3.55 Madrinho 4.30 Redgrave 5.05 Cornborough
Chelmsford 1.40 Irene May 2.15 Chagatai 2.50 Private View 3.25 Fennaan 4.00 Duchess Of Avon 4.35 Global Art 5.10 Masters Apprentice
Doncaster 1.50 Encrypted 2.25 Mustashry (nap) 3.00 Phoenix Of Spain 3.35 Lah Ti Dar 4.10 Nathless 4.45 Fire Brigade (nb) 5.55 Dubawi Prince
Bath 2.00 Al Wafi 2.35 Fantasy Justifier 3.10 Time Stands Still 3.45 Vj Day 4.20 Daira Prince 5.00 Sophosc 5.35 Watheeqa 6.10 Here’s Alice
Musselburgh 2.55 Blame Roberta 3.30 Frosted Lass 4.05 Whatsthemessage 4.40 Rose Tinted Spirit 5.15 Artarmon 5.45 Texas Radio 6.20 Polyphony 6.55 Astrophysics
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