NEWGIRLINTOWN (4.10) showed a good attitude when digging deep to win at Chelmsford City on Saturday evening and looks capable of defying a penalty at Southwell.
The Irish-trained filly unseated her rider before the start but those hijinks made no difference in the race itself as she coasted round before striking two out. The filly had Windsorlot well held in third and on a line through that horse Newgirlintown has the measure of market rival Aunt Helen, third to Windsorlot at Wolverhampton. This is a longer trip on a deeper surface but she wasn't stopping at the finish at Chelmsford City.
EQUIDAE (4.45) is another last-time-out winner bidding to shrug off a penalty after his cosy three lengths victory over course and distance last week. Trainer Iain Jardine puts 7lb apprentice Harry Russell on top and Equidae can outgun course winner Straitouttacompton.
ACCESSOR (3.05) adapted well to the Fibresand when fighting off Sociologist over course and distance six days ago and is up 5lb. That form may be slightly superior to Adams Park's third to Motahassen last week.