I'm So Glad looks confident for first Doncaster victory

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I'm So Glad looks confident for first Doncaster victory
It will not be wrong to say that I'm So Glad does justice with what she learns from the legendary trainer Mick Channon. Five victories off ten starts is really a remarkable feat that makes the veteran filly a strong candidate for the high-stakes race of
Japan Racing Association Sceptre Stakes (Group 3) (Fillies & Mares) that will be held at Doncaster on September 13.
I'm So Glad will be glad to complete her hat-trick by winning the class 1 race which she is set to run against 17 rivals. The 7-furlong racecourse has a good surface that suits her well.
The three-year-old young and energetic sprinter has achieved more than the expectations of her trainer, proving her class at all the big venues like Ascot, Windsor, Newbury, Newmarket and Ripon. Today, she will make a mark at Doncaster too.
Debuting in July 2011, the daughter of Clodovil out of Dilag broke her maiden in the very second start that was Windsor Vehicle Leasing Maiden Auction Stakes. After a couple of below-par performances, she finished 3rd in the Countryside Alliance
British Stallion Studs E B F Fillies' Handicap (Div I) on June 8, 2012.
The Chris Wright & The Hon Mrs J M Corbett owned brilliant filly resorted to bag a couple of consecutive triumphs during the same month. First she won the Starlight Classified Stakes and then clinched the title of Wells Memorial Challenge Trophy Handicap
at Ripon.
Unfortunately, she failed to complete hat-trick and tumbled badly in the next outing. I'm So Glad recovered her form miraculously and registered two terrific victories at Newmarket.
All this is fantastic indeed. What a fabulous track record! In the light of these stats, it sounds quite logical to claim that the enthusiastic filly will surely earn a superb success today. All eyes and hopes are hinged on her.
Despite the fact that I'm So Glad is the strongest of all, she will have to be wary of Appealing who can cause an upset. The Marco Botti trained bay filly has won 2 of her total 6 starts. She finished third in her last outing named as Oak Tree Stakes (Group
3) (Fillies & Mares).
Thus, a fiery spar is expected today. Good luck to all the runners.
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