My Stable pointers: Tuesday
We pick out a couple of possible future winners from Tuesday to add to your My Stable list as well as gallops pointers.
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There were a couple of wide-margin winners at Leicester on Tuesday, namely Native Heart and Kings Bayonet, and in the heavy ground their superiority was exaggerated as they handled conditions better than their rivals.
File them in the drawer marked 'monsoon specialists' if you like, as it all became very hard work at the Midlands track especially towards the end of the card.
With that in mind, Classic Collection ran a race full of merit on his racecourse debut and he should be added to your free 'My Stable' tracker. The son of Cape Cross looks capable of winning an ordinary maiden in the near future.
The Godolphin charge didn't look to be enjoying the ground very early in the contest, with Paul Hanagan urging him along at the back of the pack several times in the early exchanges.
Yet he gradually worked his way through horses to get into the race, and, though he had to settle for second behind another Godolphin charge Four Seasons, he finished his race well and will have learnt plenty from the experience.
Next time, on better ground, be it over five or six furlongs, he'll be of interest.
Pointers From The Gallops
Richard Hannon looks to have a potent entry for the John of Gaunt Stakes at Haydock at the weekend, in which MONTIRIDGE could be on a recovery mission.
The four-year-old appeared to need his reappearance in the Sandown Mile but blotted his copybook when last behind stablemate Olympic Glory in the Lockinge.
Subsequent work from Montiridge has been sufficiently encouraging for connections to consider a trip to the north west, although both PRODUCER and PROFESSOR are also possibles.
Producer has been swinging along like a happy horse in his preparatory work and looks set to build on a Group Two triumph in Turkey when he was last seen.
He will strip fit and is fancied wherever he surfaces.
Professor possibly needs to raise his game, but did not do much wrong on his latest start and has also been catching the eye in his work.
REMEMBER looked a more-than-useful filly in her two-year-old season and is getting close to a return to the track.
She has taken the eye in her build-up work and looked in good heart breezing up the all-weather.
TOBACCO ROAD heads to Sandown after working nicely at the weekend and runs in the Whitsun Cup.
Several two-year-olds took the eye, including DAME LIBERTY and TIGGY WIGGY.
The latter has served the yard well, with two wins and a second, and heads for the National Stakes, in which the stable have excelled in recent years.