Tuesday 4 September 2018

Tuesday's 2YO Update

Well, another decent day on Monday detailing a 40/1 shot who finished 4th (annoying) and Mistress Of Love who won comfortably. The latter being a horse we detailed on debut when flopping. I'm sure a few readers may have laughed seeing a 2/5f beaten. Plenty of smiles today when it drifts to 9/2 and cruises clear of the field. All the information can be seen in Group Horse 2018

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2:35 Goodwood - 

Just the one significant entry here. By all accounts, this two-year-old didn't achieve a great deal on debut. Sunday Star is priced 50/1 with bookmakers so if you fancy a speculative bet, you can only imagine the odds on the exchanges. I haven't looked but you could well be looking at 100/1+. Ed Walker's bay filly is a homebred daughter of Kodiac out of a winning mare. Racing in the ownership of D Ward, and Gerald Mosse takes the ride. Improvement is most certainly needed but an absence of almost two months could well detail there was an issue on debut. Interesting.  

5:25 Leicester - 

A restricted race type which usually goes to form horses. A couple of significantly entered juveniles taking part. 

Blame Roberta has run four times. This bay daughter of Balme is a decent juvenile for this level. Went well at Windsor and then far from disgraced at Listed class. Should take some beating. 

The betting suggests this is a two-horse race. Guess what? The other horse of note is the second favourite trained by Karl Burke, Harperelle. There must have been a pretty drastic issue with this daughter of Burwaaz as she hasn't been seen since March. That was a Class 2 race with good prize money. She didn't seem fancied in the betting [16/1] but ran on with vim. The form of that race has been franked. From a statistical point of view, she holds respectable claims. The lay-off could be an issue. I would wait for the betting to settle just in case signs are not encouraging. 

Interesting battle between the two favourites.