13:50 Catterick Thu 24 May 2018
Made all on her second start at Wolverhampton (5f) to score by 5L from Where's Perle. This track is tailor-made for a repeat of those tactics, with her winners penalty not a major concern given her sharp level of progress from debut.
Unraced first foal by Red Jazz out of an unraced half-sister to the 5f Listed juvenile winner Bahamian Babe. Stable not renowned for two-year-old winners.
Unraced seventh foal by Kodiac out of Night Delight. Sister to the 5f winner and Catterick specialist Landing Night, and a half-sister to the 7f winner Jumbo Steps. Market helpful.
Unraced fourth foal by Heeraat out of an unraced dam (Littlemisstutti). Cost just £5,000 as a yearling, but is a half-sister to various winners including Nidnod (6f) and Tooty Fruitti (5f).
Cost 87,000 gns as a foal and was sent off favourite on debut at Ripon in April (soft), finishing a disappointing last of ten to Light My Fire. Worth another chance now switched to this much sounder surface.
Unraced third foal by Coach House, and a half-sister to the 5f AW winner Blastofmagic. However, there's also plenty of stamina on the dam side, so may find things happening quickly enough on debut at this sharp track.
Sixties Icon filly who showed clear signs of inexperience (dwelt) on debut at Nottingham three weeks ago (5f soft), finishing an outpaced 5+L third of four to a stablemate of Diviner (Delft Dancer).
Cost 22,000 gns as a yearling and this daughter of Dawn Approach left the impression that there was much better to come on debut over C&D last week when finishing a close up seventh of ten to Shumookhi.
Oasis Dream filly out of the Listed winner Boastful (5f-1m). Cost €160,000 as a foal and should be sharper for her debut on quick ground at Ascot recently in a race which already has a rock-solid feel. Player.
Started at odds of 100/1 on debut at Beverley last week (5f gd/frm), and looked to be seriously in need of that introduction to racing. Hard to see her playing any noteworthy part.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Time Trail||2||9-4||7/4||Full Result|
|T: M DodsJ: P Mulrennan|
Diviner (5/4), Stage Play (2/1), Second Generation (9/2), Posh Perfect (12/1), Klass Action (12/1), Kodelight (22/1), Quintana Roo (25/1), Red Handed (33/1), Not So Shy (33/1), Sekoya (33/1), Hey Jazzy Lady (125/1), Thornton Katie (250/1)
- Stage Play
- Second Generation
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