Coronea Lily built on earlier efforts this season when scoring over 3m at Market Rasen in August. Simply out of depth at Kempton (2m) in October, and back from a break now.
Bull And Bush showed promise in a couple of Cheltenham bumpers, and stepped up since sent hurdling, backing up solid Fontwell second with success at Doncaster (19f) last time. One to consider.
Miss Milborne scored again in this sphere at Wincanton (22f) in 2012, but not really took to chasing in pair of starts this term. Switches back to hurdles now with visor fitted.
Teochow won a Cork maiden hurdle for Edmond Kent last April and even better form when in the frame in pair of starts for this yard in December. Found listed level too much last time, but this more suitable.
Pyleigh Lass opened hurdles account at Wincanton (22f) in April, and put up best effort this term when landing mares handicap at Chepstow (20f) 2 weeks ago. More on her plate now, though.
Truckers Darling is a point winner who won mares events at Southwell and Carlisle earlier this year and not disgraced either start in defeat since. Steps up a level now.
Dardanella is a bumper winner who matched pick of that form when scoring in convincing fashion over hurdles at Towcester (21f) in November. Respectable efforts in handicaps since, and one to consider.
Mistral Reine opened her account in a 3m handicap at Fakenham in December, and faced with similar conditions again, she ran out a wide-margin winner there last month. That was a weak race, so 6 lb rise demands more.
Tea Caddy is a point winner who had just one rival to beat after early exit of other rival over fences at Fakenham (3m) in November. Matched that at Wetherby (22f, tongue tied) last time, but more required here.
Cove showed much better form when second at Plumpton 2 starts ago, and took progression further with victory at Fontwell (22f) 9 days ago. Step up in trip should suit, and further improvement not out of question.
1. Bull And Bush
Timeform view: An interesting mares handicap in which the vote goes to Bull And Bush who got off the mark at the second attempt over hurdles at Doncaster last time, in the process suggesting there could be better to come. Cove is another going the right way and warrants consideration, along with Dardanella.