Sunday, 5 July 2020

A Few Horses Noted by Their Trainers for Monday (6th July)

There are a number of two-year-old horses running at the following meetings who have been noted by their trainers as future winners. 

Please note these are not tips, it is just an opportunity to see how these juveniles progress, especially the *debutantes. 

I will give an update on the statistical chances of these horses at 12 O'Clock (Monday).  


Post updated 13th July 2020

12:40 Ayr

*Twilight Lucy 

This daughter of Twilight Spirit has been noted by Mark Johnston as a talented juvenile. 

Note: Ran no race on debut although relatively fancied in the betting. Something went amiss whether injury or more than likely due to soft ground. Definitely keep an eye on this horse next time out as it could bounce back to life. 

4:40 Windsor

A few of these have been noted by their trainers so keep on eye on the form as a number will be winning in future.

Caroline Dale, trained by David Loughnane. 

Mahale, trained by Mick Channon. 

*Shrara, trained by Ralph Beckett. 

Note: Looked clueless although quite well backed from huge odds. Finished down the field but interesting to see how this filly fares on her second start. She will show much more.   

Note: What did I say about Shrara! She wins well second start. Time after time horses that look next to useless on debut transformed. Wins at 6/1sp. 

*Thank You Next, trained by Richard Hannon. 

Note: A lovely-looking filly and she will be winning this season. Hannon's filly ran in a very tough race on debut and a wide draw didn't help her chance at all. This daughter of No Nay Never will come on for the run and improve for a step up in distance. Won second start 7/2. 

5:30 Thirsk

Mamba Wamba, trained by Adrian Nicholls. 

5:45 Windsor

*Unbutton, trained by William Haggas.  

Note: This is a prime example of what I said about debutantes. Unbutton did little on debut at Windsor. However, she was a different proposition second start at Kempton when very well backed in a tough race and finished second best only to a very talented winner from Mark Johnston. You wouldn't have expected anything after debut but this performance shows the truth of talented horses.  

Fools Rush In, trained by Tom Dascombe.