14:25 Stratford Sun 14 July 2019
Irish Flat maiden (0-5) for Dermot Weld; joined current connections for £14,000 in September 2018. Made a couple of mistakes on last month's hurdling debut and needs to improve considerably from it.
Seven-race sprinting maiden on the Flat having beaten just four rivals home in the process. Stable struggling for winners and very hard to fancy on hurdling debut.
Poor and regressive form in six starts on the Flat. Tailed off in a seller last start and hard to fancy with stamina reservations on hurdling debut.
Made the running on last month's hurdling debut and outran his 40/1 odds when only being headed at the last and weakening on the run. Could benefit for the run having been absent since October 2018 and one to consider.
Seven-race maiden for Tom Dascombe on the Flat and failed to progress from the promise of his second start. Tailed off at 40/1 on Flat on stable debut and probably best watched on first start over hurdles.
Seven-race maiden on the Flat without showing any signs of progress. Could improve for this stable over hurdles but hard to be confident until signs of ability.
Made all of the running when winning twice as a juvenile for former trainer Mick Channon. Lost his way on the Flat at three but made a very promising hurdling debut at Market Rasen when running on for third which is close to the best form on offer.
Former John Gosden Flat performer race up with the pace throughout on Aintree hurdling debut when third of six. Weakened from the last and looked likely to come on for the experience but plenty of improvement still needed.
Seven-race Flat maiden and a half-brother to the winning 2m hurdler Crafty Power. Very good running on second on hurdling debut when second at Market Rasen which sets the standard. Eye-catching jockey booking for in form stable.
Second foal and filly by the useful jumping sire Saddler Maker. Hard to know what to expect on racecourse debut and market likely best guide as to expectations.
Displayed nice progress from first to second hurdling start when headed at the last on Aintree debut (War Eagle well held in third). Should improve again although more needed on bare form.
Five-race maiden on the Flat showed little worthwhile in three runs for Paul Midgley before proving better on handicap and stable debut at Nottingham. Poor run next time at Beverley and best watched on hurdling debut.
Got too far back when a promising running on fourth on Market Rasen debut, that a few of these were involved in. Should benefit for the run and a potential big improver. Rates a likely contender.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Dr R D P NewlandJ: Aidan Coleman|
What Will Be (15/8), Two Blondes (4/1), Pola Chance (7/1), War Eagle (8/1), Galice Macalo (10/1), Maria Magdalena (12/1), So I'm Told (16/1), Smoki Smoka (16/1), Andaleep (25/1), Milldean Felix (25/1), Pinkie Pie (66/1), Maktay (100/1), Justice Shallow (200/1)
- What Will Be
- Pola Chance
- Two Blondes
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