Entitled to think time is now for success

Entitled has failed to live up to her impeccable breeding on the track so far, but she can end a frustrating run of results at Kempton today.

The Pivotal filly is certainly bred for the job as a full-sister to dual Group One-winning former stablemate Peeress, so it was hardly surprising she was sent off joint-favourite for her debut at Windsor.

She was not beaten far into second and again filled the runner-up spot when finishing strongly over a mile at Pontefract next time.

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The chestnut was odds-on for her first try over ten furlongs and while she saw the trip out well, Entitled had to settle for minor honours yet again.

There was at least an excuse for the latter eclipse as it transpired she had banged her head in the stalls and returned home with a bloody nose, so she is surely better than that. Interestingly, she is back over seven furlongs for the Panoramic Bar & Restaurant Maiden, but it is a weak affair and her class should see her through.

After three disappointing outings of late, King Fingal is due another victory and at odds of 7-1 is worthy of the nap in the 1.30 at Haydock.