14:20 Ripon Mon 13 August 2018

  • British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies' Novice Auction Stakes (Plus 10) (Class 4)
  • 1m, Good
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£5,822.002nd£1,732.003rd£866.004th£433.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:1m 42.9sOff time:14:20:34
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1
(1)
100/1

Yet to beat a rival in two starts, a C&D Novice Auction and a Catterick seller. Beaten long way in each and looks likely to be the rank outsider here.

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2
(4)
28-11OR:
50/1

Finished 11th of 13 beaten over 15L on debut at 100/1 at Thirsk over 7f. Never involved at any point there so little to recommend serious involvement today.

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3
(5)
28-11OR:
4/1

30,000gns yearling by Cape Cross out of an unplaced sister to Group One and Group Two winners at 10f and 12f respectively. Trainer runs two here so market informative. Cape Cross progeny tend to like fast ground so won't want much rain.

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4
(2)
28-11OR:
25/1

Last of 13 beaten 17L on racecourse debut at Thirsk over 7f last month. Never travelled there and vast improvement needed to play a significant part in this.

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5
(3)
28-11OR:
9/1

25,000gns yearling by Poet's Voice out of a dam successful at 5f-1m including at two and at Listed level. Speedy enough pedigree so interesting to see how the betting goes with fellow debutant from the yard Delectable.

6
(6)
28-11OR:
5/4

Improved on Carlisle debut when travelling well to just about lead 1f out at Musselburgh ten days ago before eventually finishing third. Bred to appreciate this extra furlong and looks a leading player with more improvement possible.

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(7)
28-11OR: 77
9/4

Finished second in back to back Novice Auction contests on the AW at Kempton and Chelmsford before disappointing at Ayr but may have done too much early on there. Still has to prove turf effectiveness but form on AW good enough to win this.

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Last Year's Winner

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T: J TateJ: D Tudhope

Betting

Forecast

Mrs Hoo (5/4), Nina Petrovna (9/4), Delectable (4/1), French Sonnet (9/1), Flo Jo's Girl (25/1), Baby Maureb (50/1), Are You Locking Up (100/1)

Verdict

Of those with race-form two fillies stand out and of the pair Richard Fahey's MRS HOO makes most appeal. She looked a big danger at Musselburgh last time out before not finding a great deal under pressure. She gets the nod over Nina Petrovna with that filly still having to transfer her good AW form to turf. It would be no surprise if one or both of the Karl Burke newcomers was to go well here but at this stage narrow preference would be for Delectable.
  1. Mrs Hoo
  2. Nina Petrovna
  3. Delectable

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