16:15 Yarmouth Wed 22 May 2019
- Palm Court Hotel Of Great Yarmouth Median Auction Maiden Stakes (Class 5)
- 6f 3y,
- 9 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Best of three runs when second of nine over 7f at Chelmsford in January. Not so good at Wolverhampton last time, but probably found 5f too sharp
First run after being gelded when third of six at Newcastle last month. Pulled hard there and may be more amenable fitted with a hood for the first time.
Gelded son of Heeraat who cost €29,000 as a yearling and whose dam won over 5f. Speedy pedigree, but stable not noted for first-time-out winners.
Only limited signs of ability in outings at Southwell and Thirsk. Qualifies for handicaps after this and that seems the most likely route.
First run for this stable after leaving James Given's yard when second of seven in a C&D handicap on return to action, after being gelded, last month. That form and last season's juvenile promise gives him strong claims.
Daughter of Casamento who was purchased for 8,000 gns at the sales as a yearling and is a half-sister to winner Jan Steen. Fair second of seven on debut at Wolverhampton, but was beaten 6L and the winner has since let the form down.
Camacho filly from the family of Group 1 winner Distant View. Best watched on debut unless there is significant market support for her.
Fast Company filly who is a half-sister to a winner over 1m4f. Likely to need this debut run and breeding suggests longer distances will suit.
Plenty of promise on both starts as a juvenile, latterly when third to a filly who has since franked the form. Of significant interest on return to action with leading jockey on board.
Last Year's Winner
|T: S C WilliamsJ: S De Sousa|
Local History (11/10), Sirius Slew (5/2), Delachance (5/1), Casarubina (14/1), Fashionesque (22/1), Miaella (22/1), George Thomas (22/1), Manzoni (33/1), Exning Queen (40/1)
- Local History
- Sirius Slew
Hexham, Huntingdon and Sligo provide the evening action and Nick Robson has a selection for every race.
Matt Brocklebank looks ahead to the fiercely competitive Investec Dash at Epsom on Derby day, with a 33/1 selection in the big sprint handicap.
Anita Chambers has a selection for every race in Britain and Ireland on Wednesday, with the nap going to post at Ayr.