1 page 1 of 10 RACING Friday 28th August NEWMARKET (JULY) 2.00 STRIDE BY TRM EBF STALLIONS MAIDEN FILLIES STAKES (4) (D.I) 7f (1410 Metres) RACE 1 1. PROMISING RUN (USA) 2. POWDER SNOW (USA) 3. ARISTOCRATIC 2.30 STRIDE BY TRM EBF STALLIONS MAIDEN FILLIES STAKES (4) (D.II) 7f (1410 Metres) RACE 2 1. DOUBLY MOTIVATED (IRE) 2. DIPLOMA 3. PURSUITOFTHESTARS (IRE) 3.05 TRM GNF (GUT NUTRITION FORMULA) NURSERY HANDICAP (4) 1m (1610 Metres) RACE 3 1. BATHOS (IRE) 2. STERLING WORK (IRE) 3. DUBAI S SECRET 3.40 TRM EXCELLENCE IN EQUINE NUTRITION EBF STALLIONS MAIDEN STAKES (4) 7f (1410 Metres) RACE 4 1. TASHWEEQ (IRE) 2. FIRNAS 3. FORGE 4.15 HOOFMAKER BY TRM HANDICAP (4) 1¼m (2010 Metres) RACE 5 1. SAHARA (IRE) 2. SPIRITED ACCLAIM (IRE) 3. OVERHEARD (IRE) 4.45 FARM & STABLE CELEBRATING 40 YEARS MAIDEN STAKES (5) 1m (1610 Metres) RACE 6 1. FREE RUNNING (IRE) 2. SIGNED SEALED (USA) 3. BASTILLE DAY 5.15 TRM INVEST IN CALPHORMIN HANDICAP (3) 7f (1410 Metres) RACE 7 1. BEARDWOOD 2. CHEVALLIER 3. FIELD GAME 5.50 trm-ireland.com HANDICAP (Qualifier) (4) 6f (1210 Metres) RACE 8 1. JAN VAN HOOF (IRE) 2. DIAMOND LADY 3. FLYING FANTASY KEY TO SYMBOLS Top Rated: The horse with the best chance based solely on past form, specially tailored to a scale. Horses For Courses: A suitable track for the horse, compared to its lifetime record on similar courses as defined by Timeform s course data. Jockey Uplift: The engaged rider has a notably higher Timeform Jockey Ranking than those who ve ridden the horse on its most recent starts Trainer Form: A hot trainer to follow, based on Timeform ratings-related measurements looking at the recent performance of runners.
2 2.00 RACE 1 STRIDE BY TRM EBF STALLIONS MAIDEN FILLIES STAKES (4) (D.I) 2yo fillies 7,000 7f (1410 Metres) page 2 of 10 Draw: Favours High Pace Information: N/A 1 12 ARISTOCRATIC Ted Durcan Attractive pedigree, closely related to useful 1m winner Enobled and half-sister to useful 6f-7f winner Ladyship. Entered in the Rockfel and very much one to note in the betting. 2 5 ARTSY Roger Varian Andrea Atzeni Half-sister to 1½m winners Harbinger Lass and Avenue des Champs. Yard s strike-rate here with 2-y-os in recent seasons doesn t augur well but she needs a market check nevertheless. 3 7 BEATBYBEATBYBEAT Ismail Mohammed Poet s Voice filly out of an unraced half-sister to winning sprinters So Will I and Sand Vixen (both smart). Yard rarely strikes with 2-y-os, let alone newcomers, so probably best watched this time. Tim Clark (3lb/1kg) 4 2 CACICA Richard Hannon Pat Dobbs 160,000 gns yearling (originally fetched 35,000 gns as a foal) and she s out of useful winner up to 1m (2-y-o 6f winner) Mauri Moon. Represents top 2-y-o yard and the market should be revealing. 5 8 CERSEI (27) 79 8 David Simcock Jamie Spencer Wasn t given a hard time when eighth in an 11-runner C&D maiden on debut. That experience won t be wasted on her but others are more appealing all the same. 6 6 FREE TO ROAM (IRE) Philip McBride Gary Mahon (5lb/2kg) Winning newcomers are few and far between for this yard, and she will only be of interest if notably strong in the betting POWDER SNOW (USA) (27) 84 6 Charlie Appleby William Buick Not ideally placed when an encouraging sixth of 11 in a C&D maiden on debut at the beginning of the month (Cersei behind). Will be sharper now and likely to make her presence felt PROMISING RUN (USA) (30) (BF) 98 3 Saeed bin Suroor Attracted plenty of support prior to finishing third of 12 on debut at Goodwood (6f), form which is working out well (second and fourth have both won since). Entered in the Rockfel and Fillies Mile. 12 DECLARED RUNNERS 6-4 Promising Run, 5-1 Powder Snow, 7-1 Cacica, 9-1 Aristocratic, 14-1 Artsy, 20-1 Cersei, 25-1 Lilly Vega, 33-1 Luso Gold, 40-1 bar The betting will be informative regarding the newcomers but PROMISING RUN shaped with a great deal of promise on debut and will be a tough nut to crack. Powder Snow and debutantes Aristocratic and Cacica can do battle for minor place money. 1. PROMISING RUN (USA) 2. POWDER SNOW (USA) 3. ARISTOCRATIC 2014 I Mehronissa Ed Vaughan Frederik Tylicki II What Say You f K. R. Burke Jim Crowley Enraptured John Gosden Robert Havlin I Desert Blossom jf Mahmood Al Zarooni Mickael Barzalona II Music Chart Mahmood Al Zarooni Mickael Barzalona I Semayyel Clive Brittain Russell Price II Lyric of Light Mahmood Al Zarooni Mickael Barzalona Lucy Limelites Roger Charlton Steve Drowne II Havant f Kieren Fallon 6 21% Saeed bin Suroor s strike rate at NEWMARKET (JULY) since the start of the 2010 season (saddles: PROMISING RUN) 22% LOPE DE VEGA (IRE) s strike rate with debutants (Sires: LILLY VEGA) 11% DUTCH ART s strike rate with debutants (Sires: ARTSY) 7 11 HAGGLE (48) Luca Cumani Non Runner Plenty of promise when third to subsequent Group 2 winner Ballydoyle in a C&D maiden last month. Holds an entry in the Rockfel and leading claims here with improvement on the cards. NON RUNNER. 8 1 LILLY VEGA (IRE) K. R. Burke Jordan Vaughan (5lb/2kg) 30,000 half-sister to several winners, including 2-y-o 5f/6f winner Samaden and winner up to 1¼m Cannibal Freedom. Yard can ready a newcomer but this looks a pretty warm maiden LUSO GOLD (13) 58 7 Clive Brittain Louis Steward (3lb/1kg) Ought to be more street-wise following recent debut at Doncaster (1m) but others have more pressing claims MOOIZO (IRE) Paul D Arcy Shane Kelly Some appeal judged on pedigree but she will probably be better for the run.
3 2.30 RACE 2 STRIDE BY TRM EBF STALLIONS MAIDEN FILLIES STAKES (4) (D.II) 2yo fillies 7,000 7f (1410 Metres) page 3 of 10 Draw: Favours High Pace Information: N/A 1 5 BLUE MOON RISING (IRE) Michael Bell Jamie Spencer Not short of appeal pedigree-wise and, though her yard s record with 2-y-os on this course isn t compelling, she s worth a second look in the betting. 2 4 DIPLOMA (27) 95 7 Ted Durcan Clear signs of ability when seventh in an 11-runner C&D maiden on debut, not knocked about. Likely to be wiser this time and she s one to consider. Yard also saddles Peloponnese DOUBLY MOTIVATED (IRE) Charles Hills 65,000 gns Iffraaj filly out of an 11.6f winner. Rockfel entry suggests she s been showing the right signs at home and interesting to see which way she goes in the betting. 4 3 HAPPY TIDINGS Tom Dascombe Richard Kingscote 105,000 yearling. Closely related to 7f-1¼m winner Dance of Heroes and halfsister to 1¼m winner Red Hand and 9.5f winner Heavenly Sound. Market should point the way. 5 2 PELOPONNESE (FR) Andrea Atzeni Half-sister to smart winner up to 1¼m Unnefer and 2-y-o 1m winner Varega. Watch the betting for clues, particularly how she fares in the market in relation to stablemate Diploma WHOLESOME (USA) K. R. Burke Frederik Tylicki 75,000 half-sister to successful sprinter Automatic Jax, and her dam was a 2-y-o 6f winner. Entered in the Rockfel and interesting to see what the market has to say. 11 DECLARED RUNNERS 5-1 Diploma, 11-2 Pursuitofthestars, 13-2 Shkhara, 7-1 Doubly Motivated, 10-1 Rio s Cliffs, 11-1 Wholesome, 12-1 Peloponnese, 12-1 Shafafya, 16-1 Blue Moon Rising, 20-1 Happy Tidings, 50-1 bar The betting should be informative, but the suggestion is DOUBLY MOTIVATED, who holds an entry in the Rockfel, and it will look significant if the market speaks in her favour. Diploma and Pursuitofthestars should both build on their debut displays and take a hand in the finish, while Wholesome, another newcomer with Group-race aspirations, needs a second look. 1. DOUBLY MOTIVATED (IRE) 2. DIPLOMA 3. PURSUITOFTHESTARS (IRE) 10% DUBAWI (IRE) s strike rate with debutants (Sires: SHKHARA) 12% LEMON DROP KID (USA) s strike rate with debutants (Sires: WHOLESOME) 10% MONTJEU (IRE) s strike rate with debutants (Sires: PELOPONNESE) 6 7 PERNICKETY h Lucy Wadham Oisin Murphy Pedigree strongly suggests that she is more of a long-term prospect, appealing as the type to do better over middle-distances further down the line. Fitted with a hood on debut. 7 9 PURSUITOFTHESTARS (IRE) (75) 83 5 John Gosden Didn t measure up to market expectations on debut at Doncaster (7f) but ticks plenty of the right boxes pedigree-wise, and an entry in the Fillies Mile suggests she s well-regarded RIO S CLIFFS (42) (BF) Martyn Meade Fergus Sweeney Encouraging debut behind a potentially smart filly over 6f here in July. However, failed to build on that at Newbury subsequently and bit to prove now. 9 1 SHAFAFYA Ed Dunlop Lots to like on paper, being a half-sister to several winners, including very smart 1½m-1¾m winner Tactic, among others. Yard s newcomers usually better for a run but she s one to note in the betting SHKHARA (IRE) Charlie Appleby William Buick Half-sister to several winners, including Strobilus and Hunterview, both of whom were useful and enjoyed success as 2-y-os. Yard in good form and one to consider if the market vibes are positive.
4 3.05 RACE 3 TRM GNF (GUT NUTRITION FORMULA) NURSERY HANDICAP (4) 2yo (Rated 0-80) 8,000 1m (1610 Metres) page 4 of 10 Draw: N/A Pace Information: Weakly Contested 1 1 DUBAI S SECRET (18) (D) kg Richard Hannon Pat Dobbs Chepstow maiden winner who wasn t disgraced on nursery debut at Goodwood last month. Added to his tally at Windsor (8.3f) subsequently and, up just 4 lb, he has to enter calculations. 2 3 MACHINE LEARNER (27) (D) kg Michael Bell Jamie Spencer Made it third time lucky in maidens when narrowly prevailing at Lingfield (7.6f, turf) latest. Hard to rate that form too highly but he could do better still now trying his hand in a nursery. 3 5 POET S BEAUTY (IRE) (15) kg Ismail Mohammed Adam Kirby Steps firmly in the right direction when third in maidens at Salisbury and Ffos Las the last twice. Ought to appreciate this stiffer test but improvement needed on nursery debut. 4 2 NUCKY THOMPSON (21) kg Dave Morris Left inauspicious debut well behind when scoring at Lingfield (7f, turf) last month. However, came up short in a minor event at Haydock next time and lacks the scope of some of these. 5 8 STERLING WORK (IRE) (23) kg Ted Durcan Clear signs of promise in maidens here and at Salisbury in his first 2 starts. Disappointing at Brighton (7f) last time but appeals as the type to progress now pitched into a nursery. 6 6 BATHOS (IRE) (15) kg Mark Johnston Franny Norton Displayed good attitude when opening his account in a 7.4f Beverley nursery, proving a neck too strong for the upwardly mobile Dutch Heiress. 5 lb rise fair and another bold show anticipated. 7 7 CAPITAL GEARING (14) b kg Henry Spiller Jimmy Quinn Promising debut at Nottingham but no show in 2 subsequent runs (tried in cheekpieces latest). Hopes now pinned on blinkers turning things round on nursery bow. 8 4 HARLEQUIN ROCK (18) (D) kg Mick Channon John Egan Brushed Bathos aside when getting off the mark on nursery debut at Nottingham. Hasn t matched that form the next twice (third behind Dubai s Secret at Windsor latest) and looks vulnerable now. 8 DECLARED RUNNERS 11-4 Bathos, 4-1 Sterling Work, 9-2 Dubai s Secret, 6-1 Machine Learner, 11-1 Harlequin Rock, 12-1 Poet s Beauty, 16-1 Nucky Thompson, 40-1 bar BATHOS raised his game a notch when thwarting the progressive, hat-trick seeking Dutch Heiress at Beverley and, with the prospect of even better to come, the well-bred colt is taken to follow up. The combination of this step up in trip and switch to nursery company could see Sterling Work improve, and he is expected to emerge as the main danger, ahead of Dubai s Secret and Machine Learner. 1. BATHOS (IRE) 2. STERLING WORK (IRE) 3. DUBAI S SECRET 2014 Crafty Choice Richard Hannon Pat Cosgrave Chief Barker f Richard Hannon Snr Richard Hughes Law Enforcement Richard Hannon Snr Sean Levey Devdas Clive Cox Adam Kirby Piceno f Luca Cumani Kieren Fallon 8 No Smart Stats available for this race
5 3.40 RACE 4 TRM EXCELLENCE IN EQUINE NUTRITION EBF STALLIONS MAIDEN STAKES (4) 2yo colts and geldings 7,000 7f (1410 Metres) page 5 of 10 Draw: Favours High Pace Information: N/A 1 13 ABLE JACK (21) 47 0 Andrew Balding Oisin Murphy Failed to beat a rival home on C&D debut 3 weeks ago BALLAD SINGER Richard Hannon Pat Dobbs 70,000 gns half-brother to useful winner up to 1m Mutasayyid. Hails from top 2-y-o yard (also represented by Tabarrak) and the betting should will be revealing. 3 9 CHRISTCHURCH (USA) (14) 89 3 Brian Meehan Jimmy Fortune Good pedigree and promising start to his career when third in a 10-runner Newbury maiden (7f) a fortnight ago. Open to improvement and expected to make his presence felt here. 4 4 CLAYMORE (IRE) David Lanigan Jamie Spencer 40,000 gns purchase, closely related to winner up to 1m Pumaflor (2-y-o 6f winner) and half-brother to 5f/6f winner The Grey Rebel. Yard also represented by King of Cornwall. 5 6 EPSOM DAY (IRE) John Gosden Tom Queally By Teofilo and out of an unraced half-sister to very smart winner up to 1¼m Best of The Bests. Worth a second look in the betting but yard fields a more striking candidate in Tashweeq FIRNAS Charlie Appleby William Buick 1,600,000 gns half-brother to 3 winners, including 2-y-o winners Treasury Devil and Crystany, both useful. Holds fancy entries and confidence behind him in the betting would look significant. 7 8 FORGE Ted Durcan Brother to useful winner up to 1m Radiator. Entered in the Dewhurst and he s another that needs monitoring closely in the betting. Yard also saddles Kokoni. 8 5 FREE PASSAGE (21) 70 9 Henry Candy Fergus Sweeney Out with the washing on debut in a C&D maiden and probably more of a longterm prospect HIGHWAYMAN William Jarvis Shane Kelly Not devoid of appeal on paper but probably best watched on debut all the same HOMBRE ROJO (IRE) (17) Simon Dow Harry Bentley Has shown plenty of ability in pair of 7f maidens on polytrack at Lingfield. Entered in the Royal Lodge and no surprise if he s involved in the finish here KING OF CORNWALL (IRE) David Lanigan Stevie Donohoe Pedigree strongly suggests that he will be seen in a better light when faced with a stiffer test further down the line, plus jockey bookings suggest that Claymore is the stable first-string KOKONI (IRE) Andrea Atzeni 75,000 gns half-brother to 7f winner Zylan, while dam was a 7f-8.3f winner. Worth a market check but stablemate Forge makes more appeal on paper MYSTIC BLAZE (IRE) Clive Brittain Antonio Fresu 50,000 gns half-brother to 5f winner Katchy Lady and useful 2-y-o 1m winner Kocna. Yard is hardly a regular source of winning newcomers so percentage call is to look elsewhere on this occasion REBEL STATE (IRE) Dave Morris Pat Cosgrave Half-brother to several winners, including useful 2-y-o 5f/6f winner Roger Sez. Holds Group-race entries and interesting to see which way he goes in the betting. Yard also saddles Take Charge SEA OF FLAMES (36) 70 8 David Elsworth Tim Clark (3lb/1kg) Just minor promise starting out in a 6f Newbury maiden, and he s likely to need more time SILENT ATTACK Saeed bin Suroor 150,000 gns half-brother to useful winner up to 11f King Bolete (2-y-o 8.3f winner). Lacks big-race entries but represents top connections and warrants close attention in the betting SUN LOVER (21) 85 6 Luca Cumani Adam Kirby Appealing pedigree and not knocked about when sixth of 11 in a C&D maiden on debut 3 weeks ago. Entered in the Royal Lodge and he s likely to be sharper this time TABARRAK (IRE) Richard Hannon Dane O Neill 180,000 Acclamation colt out of a 2-y-o 6f winner who stayed 1m. Another to check in the betting but prefers Tashweeq TAKE CHARGE (36) 93 5 David Brown Slow off the blocks but put in eye-catching late work when sixth of 11 on debut at Doncaster (7f). Should be more street-wise this time and booking of Frankie Dettori adds to his appeal TASHWEEQ (IRE) (14) John Gosden Very promising second in an 11-runner Newbury maiden (7f) a fortnight ago, pulling nicely clear of the rest. Holds big-race entries and looks the one to beat. 20 DECLARED RUNNERS 11-4 Tashweeq, 15-2 Firnas, 10-1 Forge, 12-1 Christchurch, 14-1 Sun Lover, 16-1 Silent Attack, 18-1 Take Charge, 20-1 Hombre Rojo, 22-1 Ballad Singer, 25-1 Tabarrak, 28-1 Kokoni, 33-1 Epsom Day, 33-1 Rebel State, 40-1 bar A maiden likely to throw up countless future winners. TASHWEEQ beat the rest off convincingly when chasing home a rival with previous experience at Newbury and looks the one to be on this time. Firnas and Forge both look the part on paper and interest in that duo will be heightened if the market vibes are positive. Christchurch, Sun Lover and Take Charge are all promising types.
6 3.40 RACE 4 TRM EXCELLENCE IN EQUINE NUTRITION EBF STALLIONS MAIDEN STAKES (4) 2yo colts and geldings 7,000 7f (1410 Metres) page 6 of TASHWEEQ (IRE) 2. FIRNAS 3. FORGE 2014 Tannaaf M. F. de Kock Pat Cosgrave Learaig Lady Cecil Pat Cosgrave Lazarus Bell evsf Brian Meehan Martin Dwyer Most Improved f Brian Meehan Martin Dwyer Seattle Drive David Elsworth Dane O Neill 15 2 Brian Meehan s number of winners in past 5 runnings. (saddles: CHRISTCHURCH) 21% Saeed bin Suroor s strike rate at NEWMARKET (JULY) since the start of the 2010 season (saddles: SILENT ATTACK) 10% DUBAWI (IRE) s strike rate with debutants (Sires: FORGE and FIRNAS)
7 4.15 RACE 5 HOOFMAKER BY TRM HANDICAP (4) 3yo (Rated 0-80) 10,000 1¼m (2010 Metres) page 7 of 10 Draw: N/A Pace Information: Uncontested 1 6 SPIRITED ACCLAIM (IRE) (14) (C) kg David Elsworth William Buick Deservedly got her head in front when seeing off 9 rivals in a handicap here (1m) a couple of weeks ago. 4 lb rise far from harsh and, with this stiffer test likely to suit, she has to be feared. 2 4 COVENANT (14) (D) h kg Daniel Kubler Richard Kingscote Back on track returned to this trip when making all in a Newcastle maiden a fortnight ago. However, he was allowed an easy lead on that occasion and this company is much more demanding. 3 8 EAGER BEAVER (24) kg William Muir Martin Dwyer Appears to be gradually getting the hang of things, third in a 9-runner Chelmsford maiden (1¼m) latest. However, opening mark no gift and she needs to improve a chunk in order to emerge on top here. 4 9 MUHAAFIZ (IRE) (21) (BF) kg David Brown Yet to get his head in front but it s still early days and he s improved switched to handicaps of late, again finding only one too good when narrowly outpointed over C&D 3 weeks ago. Merits respect. 5 3 SAHARA (IRE) (30) kg Chris Wall Andrea Atzeni Getting better with experience, strong at the finish when cosily landing a 10-runner Sandown handicap (9f) latest. More needed off 6 lb higher here but she brings striking potential to the table. 6 2 MERCY ME (27) kg John Ryan Adam Kirby Much improved when winning her first 2 starts this year but she appears to have gone in the wrong direction since. 4-1 Sahara, 9-2 Spirited Acclaim, 11-2 Muhaafiz, 7-1 Overheard, 15-2 Oakley Girl, 12-1 Majrooh, 14-1 Covenant, 16-1 Dasaateer, 22-1 Eager Beaver, 66-1 bar There should be better to come from SAHARA, who seemingly had more in hand than the bare margin suggests when scoring at Sandown. Consequently, a 6 lb rise is unlikely to anchor her and she should have too many guns for recent course winner Spirited Acclaim. Overheard and Oakley Girl are both open to improvement, while Muhaafiz is proving consistent and also enters calculations. 1. SAHARA (IRE) 2. SPIRITED ACCLAIM (IRE) 3. OVERHEARD (IRE) 2014 Carnevale f Ralph Beckett Silvestre De Sousa 7 30% William Buick s strike rate in the last 14 days (rides: SPIRITED ACCLAIM) 20% Roger Varian s strike rate in mid season since the start of the 2010 season (saddles: DASAATEER) 23% Jeremy Noseda s strike rate with handicap debutants since the start of the 2010 season (saddles: OVERHEARD) 7 10 MAJROOH (IRE) (28) kg George Peckham Harry Bentley Belied odds of 25/1 when making a winning debut at Wolverhampton in June. No great impact in pair of handicaps here since, however, and stamina has to be taken on trust (untried beyond 1m). 8 5 OAKLEY GIRL (20) (D) kg Stuart Williams Pat Dobbs Continued theme of race-by-race progress when opening her account in a Lingfield maiden (1¼m, AW) last time. That wasn t much of a race but she could do better still now pitched into a handicap. 9 1 DASAATEER (IRE) (36) kg Roger Varian Shaped well when third over this C&D on second run in maidens. However, well held when tried in blinkers (dispensed with now) on handicap debut at Doncaster (10.3f) and needs to get back on track OVERHEARD (IRE) (28) kg Jeremy Noseda Plenty of encouragement in maidens, not least when fifth of 14 over 1m here earlier this month. Appeals as the type to progress now faced with a stiffer test on handicap debut. 10 DECLARED RUNNERS
8 4.45 RACE 6 FARM & STABLE CELEBRATING 40 YEARS MAIDEN STAKES (5) 3yo+ 6,000 1m (1610 Metres) page 8 of 10 Draw: Against Low Pace Information: Weakly Contested 1 3 GRACESOME (IRE) (11) 73 8/ kg Michael Blanshard Nearer last than first on sole 2-y-o start for Stuart Williams, and again failed to land a blow on return/debut for new yard at Windsor recently. 2 6 BASTILLE DAY (14) kg David Elsworth William Buick Doesn t look especially progressive but he s shown a fair level of ability in 4 starts to date and needs considering with William Buick doing the steering here. 3 5 DEMONSTRATION (IRE) (13) kg James Toller Pat Cosgrave Left first 2 runs behind when a much-improved second in a Newbury maiden last month. However, stone last on handicap debut at Doncaster (10.3f) since and bit to prove on the back of that effort. 4 7 ENIGMATIC ANGEL (IRE) (14) kg Ted Durcan Little impact in a couple of maidens so far but he s in good hands and should do better in time. 5 2 FREE ONE (IRE) (11) kg Jeremy Noseda Placed in 3 of his 4 starts to date, solid third in a 6-runner Windsor maiden (8.3f) won by Wheat Sheaf recently. Reproduction of that form will put him firmly in the picture SIGNED SEALED (USA) kg John Gosden Plenty of appeal on paper and very much one to consider starting out in what doesn t look the strongest of maidens, particularly if the market speaks in his favour. 7 1 SWASHBUCKLING (IRE) kg Michael Wigham Andrea Atzeni 40,000 gns Raven s Pass gelding. Dam, maiden, half-sister to smart 1m-1¼m winner Hazarista and useful 7f-9.4f winner Hazariya. Hails from a shrewd yard and one to note in the betting. 8 4 TEKFA (IRE) (15) kg Charlie Fellowes Stevie Donohoe Makfi half-brother to 3 winners but showed only greenness on recent Salisbury debut I M A BUTTERFLY (IRE) (358) kg Eve Johnson Houghton Shane Kelly Showed more spark compared to her debut when sixth in a 10-runner Salisbury maiden (7f) last September. However, absent since and she s another that will probably do better in handicaps MOMENT TO DREAM kg Julia Feilden Adam Beschizza Yard rarely strikes with newcomers so probably best watched this time PERSUN (125) kg Mick Channon John Egan Showed plenty as a 2-y-o, finishing runner-up in 5 of her 7 starts during However, wellbeing has to be taken on trust, having been absent since a disappointing reappearance at Haydock in April. 13 DECLARED RUNNERS 9-2 Signed Sealed, 5-1 Free Running, 6-1 Free One, 13-2 Bastille Day, 11-1 Persun, 12-1 Demonstration, 14-1 Fei Kuai, 16-1 Swashbuckling, 22-1 Enigmatic Angel, 25-1 I m A Butterfly, 50-1 bar The vote goes to FREE RUNNING, who didn t enjoy the clearest of runs when third at Thirsk earlier this month and Clive Brittain s charge remains open to improvement. Signed Sealed is a likely-looking type and it will be an ominous sign if there is confidence behind him in the betting, while Bastille Day and Free One are others to consider. 1. FREE RUNNING (IRE) 2. SIGNED SEALED (USA) 3. BASTILLE DAY 2014 Batrana M. F. de Kock Pat Cosgrave Joe Sugden Mrs Ilka Gansera-Leveque Martin Lane Mawhub f Saeed bin Suroor Ted Durcan Tanaami jf Saeed bin Suroor Richard Hills Call To Reason f Jeremy Noseda Richard Hughes 12 11% RAVEN S PASS (USA) s strike rate with debutants (Sires: SWASHBUCKLING) 12% HALLING (USA) s strike rate with debutants (Sires: MOMENT TO DREAM) 30% William Buick s strike rate in the last 14 days (rides: BASTILLE DAY) 9 13 FEI KUAI (38) kg Luca Cumani Adam Kirby Fairly encouraging Windsor debut was followed by a far less inspiring display at Chelmsford. One suspects her future lies in handicaps FREE RUNNING (IRE) (18) kg Clive Brittain Pat Dobbs Signs of ability on Newbury debut in April and again shaped well back from a break at Thirsk (1m). Remains open to improvement and expected to make his presence felt here.
9 5.15 RACE 7 TRM INVEST IN CALPHORMIN HANDICAP (3) 3yo (Rated 0-90) 14,000 7f (1410 Metres) page 9 of 10 Draw: N/A Pace Information: Uncontested 1 1 FIELD GAME (34) t kg Hughie Morrison Jimmy Fortune Hasn t added to his 2 victories from 2014 but has been running creditably in recent starts, latest when sixth in handicap at Ascot (8f) last month, and not totally discounted. 2 4 MISTER BRIGHTSIDE (IRE) (27) (CD, BF) kg Jeremy Noseda Followed-up Lingfield maiden success with a C&D handicap victory last month. Not disgraced in hat-trick bid over 6f at this course 27 days ago, but others preferred nonetheless. Steps back up in trip. 3 5 BEARDWOOD (13) kg Richard Fahey Promising type. Pontefract maiden winner (6f) in April and performed well in a pair of handicaps over same trip since. Has left impression he will be benefit from this longer trip and is a big player. 4 2 CHEVALLIER (6lb/3kg ex) (7) (D) kg K. R. Burke Jordan Vaughan (5lb/2kg) Been in fine form this season, landing his fourth victory of the campaign when taking an 8-runner handicap at Sandown (8.1f, good) 7 days ago. Carries a 6 lb penalty but must be considered. 5 3 EASY TIGER (13) (D) s kg William Muir Martin Dwyer Goodwood winner in June, and posted a career-best last time when a narrow second in handicap over C&D 13 days ago. More demanded in this higher grade however. 5 DECLARED RUNNERS 5-2 Beardwood, 11-4 Mister Brightside, 4-1 Chevallier, 6-1 Easy Tiger, 7-1 Field Game BEARDWOOD couldn t land a blow in a competitive handicap over 6f at this course last time, but his style of running and pedigree suggest he could improve over this longer trip, and he is fancied to take this 3-y-o event. Chevallier is looking for his fifth success of the season, and can chase him home. 1. BEARDWOOD 2. CHEVALLIER 3. FIELD GAME 2014 Marmoom f Charles Hills Dane O Neill Life Partner Charlie Appleby Mickael Barzalona Otto The Great Peter Chapple-Hyam Shane Kelly White Frost f Charles Hills Michael Hills Bullwhip John Gosden William Buick 15 40% Jordan Vaughan s strike rate in the last 14 days (rides: CHEVALLIER) 21% Jeremy Noseda s strike rate with horses running in races between 7f and up to 10f since the start of the 2010 season (saddles: MISTER BRIGHTSIDE)
10 5.50 RACE 8 trm-ireland.com HANDICAP (Qualifier) (4) 3yo+ (Rated 0-85) 10,000 6f (1210 Metres) page 10 of 10 Draw: Against Mid Pace Information: Uncontested 1 5 ROYAL MEZYAN (IRE) (6lb/3kg ex) (10) (D) kg Henry Spiller Louis Steward (3lb/1kg) Returned to form from out of the blue when scoring at Leicester (6f) last week. Just 4 lb higher now but his overall profile is hardly convincing. 2 6 REGAL PARADE (14) (CD) t kg Charlie Wallis Seb Sanders Not the force of old but placed in 4 of his 5 starts this term, just edged out in a C&D handicap last time. Should be on the premises once again. 3 3 ART OBSESSION (IRE) (13) / kg David Barron Jimmy Fortune Dual 7f winner who proved that he can mix it at this trip when a close fourth of 16 in the Great St Wilfrid consolation race at Ripon recently. Each-way claims. 4 2 EXTRASOLAR (21) (D) t kg Amanda Perrett Non Runner Got his head back in front when driven out to land a 5-runner Bath handicap (5f) last month. Not disgraced over this C&D subsequently but probably weighed up to his best now. NON RUNNER. 5 8 STELLARTA (25) (D) kg Michael Blanshard Fergus Sweeney Holding her form well this year and produced a career best when seeing off 9 rivals in a 6f Windsor handicap last time. 4 lb rise fair and ought to be in the thick of things once again COOL BAHAMIAN (IRE) (36) (D) b kg Eve Johnson Houghton John Fahy Hit the crossbar in 6f handicaps at Nottingham and Chepstow prior to a rather disappointing display on the AW last time. Still, he won t be far away if able to bounce back here LADY HORATIA (19) (D) kg William Muir Martin Dwyer Another creditable effort in defeat when third at Windsor (6f) earlier this month but she s just 1-16 overall and will probably come up short once more STONEFIELD FLYER (33) (D) s kg Keith Dalgleish In good form at Hamilton in June, successful in a 6f handicap there and runnerup over the same C&D next 2 starts. Below par at Pontefract latest but claims with in the hot-seat here. 9 4 JAN VAN HOOF (IRE) (27) (C, D) kg Richard Fahey Didn t need to improve when narrowly completing the hat-trick in a muddling contest over 5f here last month. Struggled at Goodwood subsequently but that was in Class 2 company DIAMOND LADY (22) (D, BF) kg William Stone Frederik Tylicki Possibly unsuited by fibresand at Southwell last time and solid effort when third of 12 over this C&D prior to that. On a handy mark and has to enter calculations HOPE AND FAITH (IRE) (25) (D) kg Jeremy Noseda Made a winning debut at Doncaster (6f) in April. Hasn t built on that in a couple of handicaps since (fifth behind Stellarta at Windsor latest) but she s not one to write off just yet JUNGLE BAY (24) (D) b kg Jane Chapple-Hyam Adam Kirby Bounced back to form when getting on top close home in a 9-runner Salisbury handicap (6f). Just 2 lb higher now and solid each-way claims if he again puts his best foot forward DEEDS NOT WORDS (IRE) (14) (CD) kg Mick Channon John Egan Now 18 lb lower compared to when landing a C&D nursery last summer but he s been more miss than hit so far this year FLYING FANTASY (70) (BF) kg Stuart Williams Harry Bentley Off mark at fifth time of asking in 1m handicap on the Rowley Course in May. Creditable fourth of 15 here last time and worth a second look back down in trip on debut for new yard DONT HAVE IT THEN (25) (D) kg Willie Musson Tim Clark (3lb/1kg) Successful off 9 lb higher at Kempton in December but recent efforts haven t been inspiring. 15 DECLARED RUNNERS 6-1 Jan Van Hoof, 17-2 Flying Fantasy, 11-1 Art Obsession, 12-1 Diamond Lady, 12-1 Regal Parade, 12-1 Hope And Faith, 12-1 Stellarta, 14-1 Stonefield Flyer, 14-1 Cool Bahamian, 14-1 Jungle Bay, 16-1 Royal Mezyan, 22-1 Lady Horatia, 25-1 Extrasolar, 28-1 Deeds Not Words, 66-1 bar JAN VAN HOOF was nearer last than first at Goodwood last time but he looked progressive prior to that and makes plenty of appeal back down in class. Diamond Lady will be a live danger if reproducing the form of her C&D effort 2 starts back, while Flying Fantasy is of interest starting out for Stuart Williams and Regal Parade is one of several others with solid each-way claims. 1. JAN VAN HOOF (IRE) 2. DIAMOND LADY 3. FLYING FANTASY 2014 Triple Chocolate Roger Ingram Jimmy Quinn Saloomy John Butler Mickael Barzalona Piscean Tom Keddy Ryan Clark (3) Elusivity jf Brian Meehan Jamie Spencer R Woody Dean Ivory Alan Munro 17 26% Frederik Tylicki s strike rate in the last 14 days (rides: DIAMOND LADY) 22% Jeremy Noseda s strike rate with sprinters since the start of the 2010 season (saddles: HOPE AND FAITH)
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