14:35 Redcar Mon 20 May 2019
80/1 on Beverley debut over 5f last Tuesday but too green and finished last of 10. Will need to take a dramatic step forward.
€1,200 first foal. Dam who was of little account was a half-sister to 1m and 1m4f winner Mamma Giovanna. Likely to need more time on breeding.
Has shown little in a pair of maidens at big prices at 5f and not hard to look elsewhere today.
€11,000 yearling. Third foal. Dam was a 1m2f winner who stayed further. Yard 6-20 with their two-year-olds this season so worth noting in market.
£10,000 as a two-year-old. Third foal and half-sister to 5f winner World Order. Stable have had a fantastic start to the season with their juveniles and plenty won first time out so has to be of major interest.
66/1 on Beverley debut last month over 5f. Green and just stayed on past rivals close home. May do better at this extra trip but needs to.
12,000 gns yearling. Fourth foal and previous three all winners at sprint trips. Yard can get one ready and interesting to see what the market makes of him on debut.
Solid efforts on both starts when fourth here and at Beverley. The form of both races have had a few boosts and shapes as though the step up in trip is well within his compass.
Promising second on Brighton debut and Chester run can be forgiven as he missed the break from wide draw and soft ground may not have suited. Clearly better that that and debut effort probably the best form on offer.
Last Year's Winner
Rose Of Kildare (6/5), Huraa (4/1), Calippo (9/2), Leave Em Alone (8/1), The Trendy Man (17/2), Clay Motion (25/1), Classy Lady (33/1), Sparkling Breeze (66/1), Bosun's Chair (80/1)
- Rose Of Kildare
- Leave Em Alone
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