20:50 Thirsk Tue 11 June 2019
Steady improvement in four starts this year saw a second career win when showing plenty of resolution in heavy ground at Carlisle. Up 3lb but he's on an upward curve and any rain would be a major plus.
Yet to add to debut win and three runs this time around have been well below last season. Plenty to find from latest well beaten effort behind Timetodock and others preferred.
Four-race maiden built on the promise of her Southwell reappearance with a decent fourth at Chelmsford. Possible easier turf ground will suit and stable in good form. Could have more to offer in first-time visor.
Won a weak race over 5f at Chelmsford in March but below par at Leicester last start. Both starts on turf have been on quick ground so possible she have more to offer in easier conditions. Others still more convincing.
Seven-race maiden represents a stable in decent form but he has proven inconsistent so far. May though be worth putting a line through his latest Redcar effort on quick ground as a softer surface may prove more suitable.
Daughter of Slade Power needs to improve on four races to date. Has looked inconvenienced by quick ground on a a couple of occasions so quite possible she could improve on an easier surface.
Remains a maiden following six starts and has struggled since a switch to handicap company since one decent run at Redcar last season. Others remains more convincing. Stable also runs Tease Maid.
Six-race maiden has been very poor the last twice. Possible easier conditions will be far more beneficial, however needs to bounce back to early promise. First-time cheekpieces replace blinkers.
Seven-race maiden has shown improved form when not beaten far over this trip the last twice. First-time visor replaces blinkers and a touch more improvement required to go close in this company.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Daffy Jane||3||9-7||7/2||Full Result|
|T: N TinklerJ: Faye McManoman|
Dancing Rave (5/2), Timetodock (5/2), Seanjohnsilver (6/1), Vigorito (6/1), Tie A Yellowribbon (7/1), Tease Maid (15/2), Bedtime Bella (10/1), Ey Up Its Mick (10/1), Here's Rocco (16/1), Sapphire Jubilee (16/1), Euro No More (20/1), Sepahi (33/1)
- Tie A Yellowribbon
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