14:00 Redcar Mon 20 May 2019
Poorly drawn on debut when midfield at Beverley but learned plenty from the experience when winning impressively at Thirsk second start. Was strong at the finish so no reason why the extra furlong will be a problem and sets a clear form standard.
40/1 on debut when last of 12 behind Insania having gone left at the start. Will need to show huge improvement in short space of time to turn the form around.
€15,000 yearling. Sixth foal, half-brother to 6f winner Scentpastparadise. Dam won over 7f and yard off the mark with their juveniles at York last week.
Well backed 4/1 on Beverley debut last month but missed the break and struggled to make an impact after. Sure to benefit from the experience and clearly thought capable of better.
Seventh foal and half-sister to pair of 7f winners and dam also won over 7f. Top yard already had four juvenile winners this term and of the newcomers, makes plenty of appeal on paper.
Good debut effort behind winner who has since followed up at Ascot. Hampered at Beverley on subsequent start and his fifth is worth marking up. Now steps up to 6f and has more to come.
€6,000 yearling. Second foal, dam was a 7f winner at two. Stable 7-38 with their juveniles this season and worth monitoring in market.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Certain Lad||2||9-2||11/4||Full Result|
|T: M R ChannonJ: Ben Curtis|
Insania (11/8), Don Ramiro (4/1), Great Aspirations (13/2), Knightcap (7/1), Pearlwood (15/2), Harry Love (14/1), Troubador (28/1), Bob's Oss (40/1), Loolabelle (40/1)
- Great Aspirations
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