15:35 Redcar Mon 20 May 2019
Cost 75,000 gns as a yearling and showed some ability on debut a year ago but presumably had problems since then and this her first run since.
Didn't show much in two runs for Peter Chapple-Hyam and sold for just 1,000 gns since last seen. Hard to be positive about her chances.
Half-sister to three winners including useful 1m two-year-old Shahah. Dam unraced. Stable can win with a newcomer and used this venue with some of their better maidens in the past. Market should guide.
Cost £5,000 as a two- year-old. Second foal and half-sister to 5f winner Rumshak (dam unraced). Stable not normally associated with debut winners.
Plenty of promise both starts last summer at 1m and then when dropped to 7f when chasing home a classy type in Fox Power. This looks weaker and looks sure to play a leading role.
Similar level of form in two recent runs and more needed to get off the mark. Likely to do better when handicapping after this.
Three quick runs last year all at 6f. Didn't progress on the last of them after promise first two runs. Claims on earlier form but bit to prove.
Sales price rose from 75,000 gns to 330,000 last year. First foal and unraced dam was closely related to smart Vital Equine. Price tag suggests she warrants a close look in the market.
Sent off 6/4 on debut here recently but disappointed when sixth of 12 (Mendamay third) and while clearly thought capable of better, this likely to be a stronger contest.
Bit slowly away when 18/1 on 6f debut at Thirsk recently. Made some late inroads and capable of some improvement over this extra furlong.
Second foal and half-sister to 1m3f winner Magical Sight. Dam won over 7f and 1m. Trainer knows the family well and well worth a second look in the betting for powerful connections.
€40,000 yearling. Fifth foal and related to winners from smart 7f horse What's The Story to 2m winner Major Mac.
Showed ability second run last summer but off the track for 10 months before comeback at Lingfield at this trip recently and didn't show a great deal. Can improve but probably needs to.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R VarianJ: David Egan|
Soft Cover (11/4), Royal Welcome (3/1), Falathaat (5/1), Make A Wish (11/2), Pearl Jam (11/1), Mendamay (12/1), Followme Followyou (18/1), Take Fright (20/1), Summer Bride (20/1), Bea Ryan (20/1), Corinthian Girl (25/1), Sharp Breath (50/1), Taaldara (66/1), Al Anaab (250/1), Dilly Dilly (250/1)
- Soft Cover
- Pearl Jam
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