13:45 Catterick Sat 9 June 2018
Milk It Mick colt out of a Kyllachy mare who won 10 times over sprint distances. Third of six on debut but beaten a very long way. Should come on for that first run and rider claim helps. Well drawn to go forward.
Gale Force Ten colt that failed to beat a rival home on debut at Doncaster (5f, good to firm). Needs to find a good jolt of improvement here to be involved.
Only cost £3,500 as a yearling and was sent off at 66/1 for his debut at Redcar when never figuring. Needs to do plenty more to be involved.
12/1 for debut at Hamilton and ran with plenty of promise. Should come on for that initial experience and is a player for sure.
Harbour Watch colt that only cost £4,750 as a yearling. Half-brother to multiple winners including as juveniles. Dam won over 6f. This is a good starting point and market should guide.
Coach House colt who is related to sprint winners. Showed minor promise on debut at Redcar when finishing ninth of 15. Should come on for that first run but needs to improve on it.
Helmet filly. Fourth foal and is a half-sister to winners at various trips. Dam was unraced but was also related to some smart sorts. Interesting pedigree and one of the likelier types.
Dandy man filly. Definite promise on debut when running passed beaten horses having started slowly. Twice withdrawn since due to soft ground. Player with improvement to come.
Poet's Voice filly who is closely related to smart performer Old Persian. Dam is a sister to Group 2 winner Silkwood and a half-sister to Silent Honor. Yard's two-year-old's performed well here last year and very likely to know her job
Stable not really known for their two-year-old winners. 125/1 and well beaten on debut over C&D when shaping like she is going to need further than this to be effective.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D O'MearaJ: R P Whelan|
Chapelli (5/2), Primeiro Boy (4/1), Arishka (9/2), Amazing Alba (7/1), Raypeteafterme (15/2), Champagne Mondays (14/1), Tobeeornottobee (20/1), Hey Jazzy Lady (25/1), Hurricane Speed (28/1), Lincoln Red (100/1)
- Primeiro Boy
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