My Stable pointers: Wednesday

  • Last Updated: June 11 2014, 18:19 BST

A closer at Beverley looks one to add to your My Stable trackers while we also have gallops clues that should be noted.

Gothic (far left): Working well
Gothic (far left): Working well

Wednesday's Eyecatchers

Singing Star can be supported with a degree of optimism following her staying-on third at Beverley.

Mel Brittain's filly had a troubled passage towards the line in division two of the five-furlong handicap, but nothing was finishing quicker than the daughter of Iffraaj.

Singing Star was two lengths adrift of Incomparable, but she would have got a little closer had scrimmaging not occurred two furlongs out.

On this evidence, it will be interesting to see if Brittain is tempted to step back up to six furlongs with his inmate, especially if there is cut in the ground.

Pointers From The Gallops


GOTHIC has the look of a progressive three-year-old and he shaped well working ahead of a probable weekend run for Sir Michael Stoute.

The colt was unhappy on deep ground at Sandown but stepped up on that effort last time and since when he's been doing everything right at home.

He has a three-year-old handicap at Sandown in his sights.

SHAMA'S SONG is another likely winner in similar contests and she looked well in herself breezing ahead of such a race at Nottingham.

She ran into a decent yardstick at Newcastle but has thrived subsequently.

ROCKET SHIP has progressed from race to race. Having hit the woodwork last time, he strode out zestfully and will be targeted at a Goodwood race later in the week

Others to catch the eye included KINGS FETE and ENOBLED, the latter set for possible duty at York.


DER MEISTER is definitely one to note for Andrew Balding, and worked encouragingly at Kingsclere ahead of a trip down the road to Goodwood where a three-year-old handicap awaits.

This progressive individual will attempt to land a hat-trick, and is definitely one to follow.

KINEMATIC is another worth monitoring for a possible weekend delivery, having moved nicely ahead of a trip at Sandown.