18:30 Hamilton Wed 13 June 2018
Wide margin Wolverhampton winner who was heavily backed on debut at Salisbury when never a factor. Disappointed on turf again last time at Catterick so some reservations despite her yard's 18-59 record here with this age group since 2014.
Related to seven winners including some speedy types. Sent off at 25-1, running green but showing a bit of ability on debut at Beverley last month (5f, good to firm). Beaten 9¾L there, but can improve.
Dandy Man brother to dual winning juvenile State Of Emergency and half-brother to another. Their victories were gained on soft ground so that needs to be a consideration until the market tells us more.
£7,000 Bated Breath yearling. Half-brother to multiple winner Mr Carbonator and a winning sprinter. Stable took this last year and have a good crop of juveniles for 2018.
£10,000 vendor sale by Harbour Watch out of a dam who was unplaced in France but who is related to a Group 1 winner. Yard not renowned for winning juvenile debutantes.
Unloved in the market on all three starts but she has me with interference on her last two and this race will take little winning.
Easy to back in two stronger races than this but looks the yard's second string based on rider bookings.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Danehill Desert||2||9-2||4/1||Full Result|
|T: R A FaheyJ: T Hamilton|
Diviner (5/4), Mr Diamond (11/4), March For Men (11/2), Annie's Crook (10/1), Don't Tell Dandy (12/1), Lads Order (16/1), Northern Society (25/1)
- Lads Order
- Don't Tell Dandy
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