13:10 Redcar Sat 11 August 2018
Ran much better in first-time cheekpieces (retained) on handicap debut and now dropped back in grade. Shaped again as though this extra furlong will suit and well treated on these terms.
By Canford Cliffs out of a Kheleyf mare. Not fancied on debut and was always out the back in a valuable seller. Easy to overlook based on that performance.
Shaped well enough on handicap debut but didn't seem to see out the 7f last time when dropped to this grade. Touch more required but the return to this trip will help.
£10,500 yearling; sister to 6f AW winner Don't Blame Me. Never involved on debut but was making progress when hampered in this grade on her second start. Needs to find more on these terms but stable has won this race twice in the last seven years.
Bungle Inthejungle filly purchased for 8,5000 gns as a yearling and wasn't disgraced on debut following a slow start. Concern she is dropped so quickly to this grade plus the addition of first-time headgear.
Has looked better suited by 5f so far but would be a leading contender based on her second start. Has taken backwards steps in two runs since and now drops in grade from handicap company.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Society's Dream||2||8-6||5/1||Full Result|
|T: K R BurkeJ: R Ffrench|
Red Flower (5/2), Rock Party (3/1), Capitan James (7/2), Bandola (9/2), Pair of Savannas (9/1), Notthewhitehart (10/1)
- Capitan James
- Pair of Savannas
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