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3:15 Bath -
Just the one entrant here being Stan Moore's Delta Bravo. It is interesting that Moore entered this Irish-bred daughter of Mastercraftsman in a Class 2 stakes. To be fair this filly done little that day. It was a competitive affair with the winner, Fashion's Star, making a sparkling victory and detailed on our 10 Dark Horse Mailing. Delta Bravo is taking a marked step up in distance [1m 2f].
In truth, Moore has been very quiet this season with no two-year-olds of note. This doesn't help add to confidence.
Interesting but I would take a watching brief unless you like a speculative punt.
Dela Bravo 66/1 8th
6:15 Kempton -
Spell has received a few significant entries over these months. This daughter of Slade Power ran well on debut when beaten by a neck into third and then fifth in a Listed race at York. Not seen for over 100 days. Well drawn. Needs to bet fit and without issues after such a long absence.
Spell 9/2 5th
6:45 Kempton -
Hugo Palmer hasn't had the best of seasons with his two-year-olds but Red October has been noted. This son of Dawn Approach ran well on debut at Auction class. The first two looked capable of that grade and left the third some way behind. By grade, this is a step up in class. From a statistical point of view has fair each-way claims.
Red October 100/30 2nd
7:15 Kempton -
Ralph Beckett has been in great form with his juveniles this season. We detailed *James Park Woods before debut. This son of Australia was beaten well but that race looks very tough and been franked a number of times. Beaten over eight lengths back in fifth. Stepping up in distance. A decent draw. Beckett does well at the course and looks the type to go well. The tongue tie has been applied for the first time.