14:00 Hamilton Thu 19 July 2018
Yard have already had plenty of juvenile winners and this was one of them taking a Doncaster novice on his debut. For all that he won he did looks as though the experience would benefit him; now down in trip and under a penalty.
Made a decent start to his career shaping well on his debut and only being beaten by a more experienced type (did best of the newcomers in the race). That race will have brought him on and he's sure to go well this with experience on his side now.
Trainer is 2-88 with two-year-olds in the last five seasons so he would be a surprise winner here. First foal of a winner at up to 1m he's expected to need the run here and others make more appeal.
Yard starting to look as though they are coming back to their best although they have been below-par with their juveniles this year so far (4-30). This one has winners in her pedigree though and nay market support should be respected.
Yard 0-19 with two-year-old in the last five seasons and this one would create a huge shock if she were to improve that record. Slow away on debut (125/1) she was soon behind and massive progress is needed to take a hand in this.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Jive Lady||2||8-11||2/1||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: J Fanning|
Space Traveller (30/100), Roulston Scar (11/4), Epona (25/1), Slieve Donard (100/1), Jordan's Chris (200/1)
- Space Traveller
- Roulston Scar
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