Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Tuesday's 2YO Update

amazing horse racing photos
I seem to be running out of time so a quick note of significant entered horses. 

1:50 Leicester - 

Secret Venture, trained by Kevin Ryan. This son of Kyllachy cost £85,000 when purchased at the yearling sales. The stable have done well this season with their noted juveniles. 

Triple One hasn't received any entries at present. Michael Bell's charge was fancied in the betting on debut at Beverley but clueless. The betting that day may indicate ability. Priced at 10/1, I would imagine he will be backed if fancied today. The stable go well with fancied juveniles on their second start. If strong in the market could indicate a transformation. 

2:00 Redcar - 

Comete ran in a Class 2 race on debut at Newcastle. This daughter of Cammacho was pretty fancied in the betting considering it was a race worth almost £13,000. I can imagine connections expected a big run. Having a couple of months off course suggests there may have been a slight issue or given time to grow. The betting indicates there is better to come. 

Tom Dascombe has a couple of nice prospects with Arthur Kitt and Jackstar. Jensue is, perhaps, not in their league but respected enough to contest the Lily Agnes Stakes. She was slow away at Chester, as she was a touch outpaced at Beverley on debut. However, both starts, she has finished with gusto. This extra furlong should suit and by all accounts (on race type) this is a drop in class.   

2:10 Lingfield - 

Gypsy Spirit won on debut at Windsor for Tom Clover. The form of that race is ok without being anything special. Interesting that the trainer had this filly earmarked for the Marygate Listed race at York but didn't take that route. I imagine connections thought this step up to 6f would have seen her struggling for pace at the Navesmire. She has to shoulder a 4lb win penalty and wide draw. 

3:50 Leicester - 

Glorious Dane has been noted by Richard Hannon. 

6:40 Wolverhampton - 

Finoah has shown ability in a couple of starts. Interesting to see Simon Crisford has Sporting Chance noted as having ability. Considering he has a couple of decent horses to judge this breeze-up purchase, money would bring further confidence.