Take Triple for Windsor treble
Mia San Triple is taken to complete a course and distance hat-trick at Windsor on Sunday by Anita Chambers.
- Related Content
CURRAGH: 2.35 John F Kennedy, 3.05 Tamadhor, 3.35 Doc Holliday, 4.05 Beach Belle, 4.35 Maarek, 5.05 Dynamite Dixie, 5.35 Pearl Earing.
DOWNPATRICK: 2.50 Cebuano, 3.20 Primroseandblue, 3.50 The Fitz Lady, 4.20 Dashing Lady, 4.50 Tom's Article, 5.20 Point Of Rescue, 5.50 Royal Captain.
LEICESTER: 2.00 Good Contact, 2.30 Henke, 3.00 Don't Stare, 3.30 Dinneratmidnight, 4.00 Bold Spirit, 4.30 Arrowzone, 5.00 Fredricka.
WINDSOR: 2.15 Cabuchon, 2.45 Parsley, 3.15 Some Show, 3.45 MIA SAN TRIPLE (NAP), 4.15 Stolen Story, 4.45 Ree's Rascal, 5.15 Hostile Fire.
DOUBLE: Mia San Triple and Parsley.
Mia San Triple clearly relishes the six-furlong course at Windsor and can make it a hat-trick of wins at the Berkshire venue in the Ossie & Hutch Memorial Fillies' Handicap.
Jeremy Noseda's charge was a winner at the track in June and duly followed up last month with a half-length victory over Ginzan.
She made nearly all of the running that day and battled gamely when challenged, showing a really likeable attitude.
She will have to really apply herself again as she lines up off a 6lb higher mark but Mia San Triple has not seen much racing yet and could well have plenty of improvement in the locker.
Parsley has been pretty highly tried so far but should appreciate a slightly easier task in the MacDonald Hotel Windsor Novice Auction Stakes.
Richard Hannon thought this filly good enough to run in Group Two company on her penultimate start and she was hardly disgraced in finishing fourth in the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes on what was quite testing ground at Newmarket in July.
Hannon then decided to take her chance in the Super Sprint at Newbury but after showing some early pace, she was well held by stablemate Tiggy Wiggy in finishing sixth.
She still picked up a nice cheque for her efforts, though, and a victory here would serve as a nice confidence booster ahead of some more possible sales race engagements later in the year.
Dinneratmidnight is the pick in Leicester's Coplow Handicap following a recent Lingfield win.
Ralph Beckett's charge looked pretty smart when winning at Warwick back in April but a competitive York heat, won by G Force, proved beyond him as he finished way down the field after lacking the necessary pace.
Given a break after that May spin, Dinneratmidnight returned to action in the best possible way with a win at the Surrey venue, feeling the benefit of a step back up to six furlongs from the minimum trip.
He sticks at that distance here and appeals as an unexposed runner with plenty of potential.
Don't Stare could be worthy ally in the Daniel Moult 30th Birthday Handicap.
James Fanshawe's four-year-old did not shape too badly upon his return to the turf at Yarmouth last month when fourth behind Genius Boy in a nine-furlong handicap.
Having been dropped another 2lb, the gelded son of Zamindar remains unexposed in this sort of company and should enjoy this slightly longer trip, allied to the prospect of easier conditions.