• Blue Waltz

    A 10/1 winner for the Notebook at Doncaster, that was a career best performance and this proven soft ground performer should be able to make her mark in minor Pattern company. Trained by L M Cumani, Sired by Pivotal

    Bay Filly, 4yo, (Foaled April 19th, 2011)
  • Bobby Wheeler (IRE)

    There was a long time to wait following his debut (21/05) but it proved worthwhile as he tan out an impressive and well-backed winner at Salisbury. He failed to build on that when far too free at Goodwood but is worth another chance to prove his worth. Trained by C G Cox, Sired by Pivotal

    Bay Colt, 2yo, (Foaled April 23rd, 2013)
  • Broxbourne (IRE)

    Two miles and five furlongs over the Sussex Downs would not be the ideal cup of tea for many horses, but we already know that it suits Broxbourne well enough because she won going away at Glorious Goodwood two years ago. She's a little higher in the weights now than for that win, but has produced some good efforts over hurdles this year and seems to be still in a very good place judged by the way she rattled home under Jamie Spencer in the Ascot Stakes. Trained by N J Henderson, Sired by Refuse To Bend (IRE)

    Bay Mare, 6yo, (Foaled April 28th, 2009)
  • Clock Watcher

    Not unlike a few of his yard's juveniles this season, he looked badly in need of the run on debut (29/08) where he was slowly away but he did stay on takingly well in the closing stages to suggest that he can win his maiden assuming normal progress. Trained by C Appleby, Sired by Shamardal (USA)

    Bay Colt, 2yo, (Foaled January 24th, 2013)
  • Croquembouche (IRE)

    Encouraging the way he fought off a succession of strong-travelling challengers at York before finally giving way to Notarised and he can win again at a track that plays to his strengths. His stamina for a mile and a half now fully proven in this excellent effort, and his liking for a turning left-handed track and fast ground, there should be plenty of options. Trained by E De Giles, Sired by Acclamation

    Bay Gelding, 6yo, (Foaled April 7th, 2009)
  • Dal Harraild

    Steady progress after taking the eye at Newmarket on debut and was only narrowly denied on his nursery bow at Nottingham. Will face an inevitable rise in the handicap for that performance but should continue to progress through this season and next. Trained by W J Haggas, Sired by Champs Elysees

    Chestnut Colt, 2yo, (Foaled March 24th, 2013)
  • Dromcus

    Took a big step forward at Windsor (27/04) from his soft ground debut and looks one to keep an eye on in handicaps. Slightly keen, he was dropped out in rear but made good progress to briefly threaten to take a hand in the finish before his run flattened out and can rate better than the bare result suggests. The trip looked to find him out at Doncaster and again at Kempton (08/07) on his handicap bow but he remains one to be interested in when back in distance. Trained by J R Fanshawe, Sired by Teofilo (IRE)

    Bay Colt, 3yo, (Foaled March 17th, 2012)
  • Eagle Top

    Lots to like about the way he got on top of the excellent yardstick Postponed to take second place in the Hardwicke Stakes in the last stride, despite having been unsuited by the slow early fractions and by having got into a bit of a barging match with the eventual third early in the home straight. Narrowly lost out to the same rival in the King George but he remains a horse to follow - even in the very highest grade - over a mile and a half this season. Trained by J H M Gosden, Sired by Pivotal

    Chestnut Colt, 4yo, (Foaled February 13th, 2011)
  • Earth Drummer (IRE)

    Worth following after his sixth place at York. He travelled well, a little too well early on, but smoothly moved into contention with what looked a potential race-winning move towards the stands' rail. He was beaten four lengths in sixth in the end, but this was only his second start since January and his best days this season could be yet to come. He ran well in the Cambridgeshire and a race of that nature may well be within his scope. Trained by D O'Meara, Sired by Dylan Thomas (IRE)

    Bay Gelding, 5yo, (Foaled March 27th, 2010)
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  • Eltezam (IRE)

    His overall profile is one of steady progression and he acquitted himself extremely well against more experienced juveniles when third to Buratino in the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot. He stayed on strongly having been up with the pace for most of the race and looks to be crying out for a step up to seven furlongs at some stage soon and Richard Hannon's colt can hold his own in top company. He confirmed that impression at Newmarket and should now be stepped up to seven. Trained by R Hannon, Sired by Kodiac

    Bay Colt, 2yo, (Foaled January 18th, 2013)
  • Force (IRE)

    Stepped up a furlong for the Chesham, he didn't have much go his way as he sweated up before the start and pulled too hard for his own good in the early stages. He also got precious little in terms of cover as he had to race in a small group of three for the first half of the race. He's still learning his trade and failed to settle again at Newbury but he was far better at Haydock when fitted with a hood and may now be able to realise his undoubted talent. Trained by J H M Gosden, Sired by Raven's Pass (USA)

    Chestnut Colt, 2yo, (Foaled January 30th, 2013)
  • Front Five (IRE)

    Made a respectable handicap debut at Salisbury (11/07) in a race her trainer has won a couple of times in recent seasons. He shaped as though a stronger pace/step up in trip would be very much in his favour, keeping on well to the line having been outpaced and a similar contest should be well within his reach in the coming weeks despite his subsequent defeats. Trained by Mrs A J Perrett, Sired by Teofilo (IRE)

    Bay Gelding, 3yo, (Foaled May 7th, 2012)
  • George Bowen (IRE)

    A return to sprinting was thought to be needed when he was added to the Notebook and he duly obliged at 8/1 (15/08) as soon as he was dropped back to six furlongs. Duly followed up at 8/1 at the Curragh (13/09) from a 5lb higher mark and was only narrowly denied at Ayr (19/09). Trained by R A Fahey, Sired by Dark Angel (IRE)

    Grey Gelding, 3yo, (Foaled April 20th, 2012)
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  • George William

    Settled better at Sandown (22/08) than he had done in his two previous starts although that did mean that he raced in rear and got no run at all when the race began in earnest. He is progressing though and the way that he saw his race out suggests another furlong won't be a problem and he should be up to defying his current mark. Trained by R Hannon, Sired by Paco Boy (IRE)

    Bay Gelding, 2yo, (Foaled April 19th, 2013)
  • Hanseatic

    Quite when he'll pop up I'm not sure but I am sure that Hanseatic retains enough ability to win again after his taking run at Haydock (08/08) which saw him make late gains in a competitive contest won by an easy winner. That was his second run since 2013 and second for his new connections and he could prove to be another shrewd purchase. Trained by M W Easterby, Sired by Galileo (IRE)

    Bay Gelding, 6yo, (Foaled March 26th, 2009)
  • Highland Acclaim (IRE)

    Began the season off a mark of 103 and struggled on his first five starts, often blowing his chance early on. He looked unlucky in the Symphony Group Stakes, coming from off the pace and not quite getting to Caspian Prince. David O'Meara's got him back to his best and he'll be of interest in the top sprint handicaps. Trained by D O'Meara, Sired by Acclamation

    Bay Gelding, 4yo, (Foaled February 2nd, 2011)
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  • Marma's Boy

    Won what is usually a red-hot handicap at Newmarket's Guineas meeting, with his trainer remarking that he 'hasn't quite worked out' his three-year-old yet. Proved that no fluke with a fantastic effort in third in the King George V Stakes and although bumped up 3lb to a mark of 89 following that Royal run, he remains on a steep upward curve and remains totally unexposed over a mile and a half. Trained by R M Beckett, Sired by Duke Of Marmalade (IRE)

    Chestnut Gelding, 3yo, (Foaled March 20th, 2012)
  • Melodica

    The booking of Paul Hanagan and strong pre-race support suggested that Melodica was expected to provide Roger Charlton a winner at Wolverhampton (06/08). However, after a slow start she was very keen throughout the first half-mile before of a decent 10-furlong handicap before finding her path blocked as the tempo began to quicken. In short, everything went against the filly yet she made eye-catching late progress to finish a never-nearer third. It was a similar story at Kempton on her penultimate start which does raise concern but she is worth another chance with her latest run just too bad to be true. Trained by R Charlton, Sired by Dansili

    Bay Filly, 3yo, (Foaled April 1st, 2012)
  • Mia Tesoro (IRE)

    She won't be pulling up any trees but she showed enough in what was probably a fair maiden at Leicester (13/06) to think that she can make her mark in low-grade nurseries from what should be a basement mark. Her debut can be viewed in a similar light with a disappointing run at Wolverhampton in between easy to forgive. Trained by J A Osborne, Sired by Danehill Dancer (IRE)

    Bay Filly, 2yo, (Foaled April 14th, 2013)
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  • Mister Universe

    Has had a typically busy season, winning once, but his latest effort at Ascot (03/10) where he stayed on into seventh suggests that he is holding his form well. He stayed on late in the day there and the step back up to a mile may well unlock sufficient improvement to escape the handicapper's grip. Trained by M Johnston, Sired by Cape Cross (IRE)

    Brown Colt, 3yo, (Foaled April 13th, 2012)
  • Mutakayyef

    Among a week of top-class training performances at York's Ebor Festival was William Haggas' in the Betfred Mobile Strensall Stakes. This race was full of tough Group 3 (and possibly better) performers, so for Mutakayyef to go so close to winning on his first start for 10 months was impressive. He sat off Top Notch Tonto's pacemaker Dream Walker in second and looked the likely winner inside the final furlong before Mondialiste went into overdrive in the final 50 yards. He's excelled on soft ground every time he's encountered it and looks set for a fruitful autumn. Trained by W J Haggas, Sired by Sea The Stars (IRE)

    Chestnut Colt, 4yo, (Foaled May 5th, 2011)
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  • Not Never

    Everything came from off the pace in the Betfred Melrose Stakes, everything that is apart from Hugo Palmer's Not Never who is worth a place in The Notebook. This was his first start since May but fitness was clearly not an issue as he led from the start, only being denied in a bob of heads on the line from the rallying Polarisation who struggled early on but came home with a wet sail. He looks to have all the tools to prevail in a top-staying handicap. Trained by H Palmer, Sired by Notnowcato

    Chestnut Gelding, 3yo, (Foaled April 16th, 2012)
  • Polybius

    Has been profitable to follow for the Notebook in recent seasons with wins at 3/1 and 7/2. Ran a creditable race in the Wokingham at Royal Ascot and backed that up when narrowly missing out at Doncaster and duly obliged at 15/2 in Listed company next time (29/08). Said to need easier conditions now he's older, he may be able to pick up a Group Three before the season's out and is relatively fresh for the time of year. Trained by D R Lanigan, Sired by Oasis Dream

    Bay Gelding, 4yo, (Foaled April 16th, 2011)
  • Propriano (USA)

    Relatively weak in the market on what looked a good maiden on paper at Navan (07/10) but made taking late headway to mark himself down as a useful prospect. The experience is unlikely to be lost on him and he could well be above average. Trained by D K Weld, Sired by More Than Ready (USA)

    Bay Colt, 2yo, (Foaled January 1st, 2013)
  • Rose Eclair

    Shaped far better than her eventual finishing position suggests in a potentially hot maiden at Doncaster (6/06), staying on after being short of room, and also when third at Ripon (18/06) on her third qualifying run. Cut little ice on her nursery debut (08/07) but that was probably a fair race and she was absent until reappearing at Redcar (08/09). Seven furlongs appeared to stretch her there but she ran well enough to believe she can win a race back in trip. Trained by T D Easterby, Sired by Major Cadeaux

    Bay Filly, 2yo, (Foaled March 24th, 2013)
  • Skeaping

    As his earlier efforts suggested, he found everything happening too fast when down in trip at Newmarket (03/10) but he stayed on well to finish fourth and should have little problem winning his maiden when granted a stiffer test of stamina. Trained by R Hannon, Sired by Excellent Art

    Bay Colt, 2yo, (Foaled January 25th, 2013)
  • Still On Top

    Ran a fine race against more experienced rivals in the Redcar Two Year Old Trophy (03/10) to finish fourth and he should be able to add to his maiden success in the coming weeks if connections can find a slightly easier opening. Trained by T D Easterby, Sired by Royal Applause (GB)

    Bay Colt, 2yo, (Foaled January 25th, 2013)
  • Tashaar (IRE)

    Was stepped up to Group Two company after winning a handicap at Glorious Goodwood (31/07) and was far from disgraced in fourth even if it proved too big an ask at this stage of his career. Connections have indicated that they will look after him this season so he may well be able to pick up another race if his sights are lowered. Trained by R Hannon, Sired by Sea The Stars (IRE)

    Bay Colt, 3yo, (Foaled February 10th, 2012)
  • Time Test

    Won the same Newbury 3-y-o handicap as extinguished stablemate Al Kazeem and had reportedly been surprising his trainer with his work with the Group One veteran. Lived up to the hype with a breathtaking performance in the Tercentenary Stakes at Royal Ascot and now is not the time to be deserting him. Things didn't really pan out for him when stepped up in class for the Juddmonte International but there should still be more to come. Trained by R Charlton, Sired by Dubawi (IRE)

    Bay Colt, 3yo, (Foaled March 11th, 2012)
  • Top Beak (IRE)

    It was only an average-looking maiden he won at Windsor (05/10) but the leading protagonists pulled nicely clear and he showed a really good attitude. Not many from his yard are wound up for their debut so the fact that he was able to land the money at the first time of asking bodes well for his future. Trained by H Morrison, Sired by Lawman (FR)

    Bay Colt, 2yo, (Foaled February 13th, 2013)
  • Turaathy (IRE)

    A half-sister to Music Theory, who was smart at two, and there are plenty of other winners in the family. Could only manage sixth on debut (9/07) but looked badly in need of the outing, running too freely before failing to pick up immediately when asked for an effort. However, she reacted eye-catchingly when the penny finally dropped deep inside the final furlong and there looks to be plenty of latent talent ready to be unlocked in the coming weeks and the run at Goodwood should bring her on again. 'Never travelling' at Haydock according to her jockey and, as such, is given another chance with nurseries now an option. Trained by C Hills, Sired by Lilbourne Lad (IRE)

    Bay Filly, 2yo, (Foaled March 5th, 2013)
  • William Of Orange

    William Of Orange's lack of tactical speed has cost him dearly at York and then at Goodwood but he may yet have his day in the sunshine when his remorseless gallop can be brought into play to a greater extent. Held up quite a long way off the pace in a contest that was run with no great urgency at York, he was ultimately asked too great a question but steadily picked off his rivals to finish a close second, and the story was almost identical even when moved up to the marathon trip of two miles and five at Goodwood. At the risk of throwing good money after bad, he's worth another chance. Trained by Sir Mark Prescott, Sired by Duke Of Marmalade (IRE)

    Bay Gelding, 4yo, (Foaled May 4th, 2011)
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  • Yankee Mail (FR)

    Performed with credit on just her second start and handicap debut (3/06) when doing all of her best work in the closing stages. Entitled to benefit from the experience and possibly a step up in trip, she has been given a chance by the handicapper and looks capable of taking advantage. Trained by K R Burke, Sired by American Post

    Brown Filly, 3yo, (Foaled March 17th, 2012)