14:10 Yarmouth Mon 14 October 2019
Took a big step forward upped to this trip latest when second of 10 in a Chelmsford novice event. Should be as effective back on turf so has realistic claims with jockey booking very notable.
Maiden had threatened a few times until not looking quite as effective the last twice on heavy ground. Does handle soft however so may do better if the rain stays away.
Slow burner for stable renowned for patience where two-year-olds are concerned. Fourth at Newcastle latest hinted she is progressing and respected in first handicap try.
Sound third at Thirsk from the front two starts ago over this trip before close up fifth at Newcastle on handicap bow over 6f. Danger to all now if he is able to get an easy lead.
Two promising efforts on turf with his short head second at Beverley over 7½f two back particularly impressive. Disappointing latest on fibresand at Southwell but wouldn't be the first to not enjoy that unique surface; bounce back likely.
Showed some ability in a trio of maidens but refused to enter the stalls at Chepstow latest for scheduled first handicap try. A few reasons to think others are safer options.
Best efforts so far on AW over 6f. Midfield effort at Nottingham latest suggested 7f worth another go although he didn't seem to last it in lone previous try.
Three times third placed in eight starts and fourth the last twice also. Fully exposed at this stage and although he gets 1lb would expect him to prove vulnerable to less exposed rivals.
Officially refused to race latest but seemed to get caught in the stalls so that a little harsh and unlikely to be repeated. Second at Ffos Las the time before hinted at promise however so hopefully can get back on track now.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Shining Armor||2||8-8||15/2||Full Result|
|T: J RyanJ: Darragh Keenan|
Little Ted (9/2), Light The Fuse (5/1), Robert Guiscard (5/1), Parikarma (11/2), Burniston Rocks (6/1), Red Jasper (9/1), Freshwater Cliffs (9/1), Alibaba (12/1), Kitos (12/1)
- Robert Guiscard
- Freshwater Cliffs
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