14:20 Ripon Mon 15 July 2019
Nicely related 62,000 guineas Kyllachy colt whose dam was a winner over 6f as a juvenile. Represents a good yard so would be no surprise to see him put up a bold show.
Some promise on debut at Redcar in May but looked a little one paced at this trip when fifth of 8 at Hamilton last time. Pedigree suggests he'll stay further so may find a few too quick again at this trip.
Home bred Epaulette gelding , full brother to two sprint winners. Showed speed at Redcar on debut last month before weakening well over 1f out. Should know more this time and yard had winning juvenile last week.
£42,000 Zebedee gelding hailing from in-form yard not known for juvenile winners. Has finished last on each of his outings so far and appears to face a very stiff task once again.
£42,000 Dandy Man colt who underwent wind surgery prior to racecourse bow at Ayr recently. Missed break and never got into it after that but yard does well with their juveniles and no surprise to see him do better this time.
Colt by Mayson cost £30,000; dam won over 7f as a juvenile. Looked green on debut at Carlisle in May on heavy ground and given time to recover from that. May be a different propsition on better ground and market certainly worth a check.
No Nay Never filly caught the eye on debut over 5f at Newcastle, staying on late. Showed pace when racing prominently over 6f at Thirsk last time, eventually finishing 5th, beaten two lengths. Going the right way and looks a contender.
Stable companion of Invincible Bertie out of a winning sprinter who went close on debut. Has first outing here and will probably be better for the experience unless there are positive signs from the markets.
Three runs so far, all over 5f. Has shown promise and likely to do better stepping up in trip in due course. Type to thrive once handicapped and contesting nurseries later in campaign.
£75,000 Kodiac filly out of a winning 6f juvenile. Looked green and took strong hold here on debut last month over 5f but will have learned plenty from that. Represents top yard and likely to be there or thereabouts this time.
£31,000 Dark Angel filly whose dam is unraced half-sister to top sprinter Slade Power. Was backward on debut at Thirsk over 5f in May and has been given time to get over that. Can do better and hails from last year's winning stable.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Bartle Hall||2||9-0||16/1||Full Result|
|T: M DodsJ: Connor Beasley|
Balancing Act (3/1), Precocity (3/1), Orlaith (13/2), Araifjan (15/2), Stone Soldier (8/1), Light The Fuse (10/1), Don Ramiro (14/1), Shepherds Way (16/1), Not On Your Nellie (25/1), Hi Harry (25/1), Invincible Bertie (66/1), Luckyforsome (66/1)
- Balancing Act
- Shepherds Way
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