18:40 Ripon Mon 8 July 2019
By Society Rock. Cost 7,000gns as a yearling. Yard do well with newcomers and this isn't a particularly deep race so she could feature on debut. Half-sister to a two-year-old claiming winner in France.
Pulled her chance away in the early stages when keen on debut at Redcar (6f; good) when seventh of 13. Remains one to be of more interest when she moves into handicaps. Others preferred.
Hasn't been able to progress as was expected when she finished a promising third on debut at Thirsk (5f; good to firm) three starts ago. Little bit to prove after two fifth placed finishes at Beverley (5f; good to firm) & Redcar (6f; good to firm).
Made the frame on each of her five starts. Finished third in a decent race at Yarmouth (6f; good to firm) just 10 days ago. Holds strong form claims but is vulnerable to improvers.
Ran underwhelmingly on debut when fifth of six at Carlisle (6f; good to soft) last month. Should fare better now with experience under her belt. Trainer/jockey combo in red hot form too.
Night Of Thunder filly. Sire doing well with first crop. Cost 6,000gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to a winner over 1m1f. Should play a part on debut. Watch betting.
Paco Boy filly. Made just £800 as a yearling. Would be a surprise if he were good enough to even threaten on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Miss J A CamachoJ: P Mulrennan|
Under The Stars (7/4), My Motivate Girl (9/4), Ghost Of Alcatraz (9/2), Requiems Dream (7/1), Knightcap (17/2), Kendred Soul (16/1), Wrongroadtomayo (150/1)
- Under The Stars
- My Motivate Girl
- Requiems Dream
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