You can put a line through the debut run of GLENCORA who, despite finishing 10th of 14, shaped with plenty of promise to catch the eye.

The first detail to note was how well-backed she was – not only the night before, but throughout the day of the race itself.

Any money for newcomers from the David Elsworth yard should be followed closely, and the run itself proved that this horse isn’t devoid of ability.

Everything that could have gone wrong on her first career start did.

She moved with promise and, after being shuffled back and wide, she stuck to her task and moved past beaten horses in the long straight at Kempton Park.

With that race under her belt, and given a much better slice of luck, she could run very well, as her stable seemingly expected her to last time.

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