Sunday 21 July 2019

2-Year-Olds To Follow (Plus Reviews And Previews)

The Kevin Ryan trained Abstemious made a pleasing debut in a Novice Stakes race at York this month. The Mukhadram gelding was well-supported on debut when backed in from an opening show of 9/2 into 7/2 second favourite. Racing keenly throughout the first few furlongs until Jamie Spencer sat motionless before taking the lead at the furlong pole only to be collared late on by Richard Hannon's Oh Purple Reign. A real nice debut and can hopefully pick up a nice race soon. 

Boma Green was last seen when trained by the retired Jeremy Noseda in a Class 2 Stakes race at York in May. Now trained by Charlie Fellows for owner Susan Roy, this Iffraaj colt was bought for £105,000 in August last year and ran a pleasing debut at York. Not fancied at 10/1 and ridden by Frankie Dettori, Boma Green started slowly before keeping on without threatening the eventual winner Repartee. Interested to see what he can do next timeout despite the layoff. 

Godolphin homebred Declaring Love won’t make you rich backing her next timeout but Charlie Appleby trained Dubawi filly made a promising debut at Newmarket in May. Tracking the leader most of the way before keeping on at one pace to finish third. What makes it an even better debut was she was only beaten by the impressive Group winners Raffle Prize and Daahyea with another winner Picture Frame back in fourth in what was a hot looking fillies Novice Stakes race that day. She has been off the track since that race but a significant entry shows that there is plenty more to come.

At first look, it seems that Dramatistas debut run was disappointing for trainer Archie Watson but this 60,000 gns Lope De Vega filly could have more to come next timeout. Dramatistas was fancied on her debut last month at Kempton when backed into 11/4. Luke Morris had her away quickly and led to the furlong pole before weakening and no danger after. Interested to see if she drops down a furlong, or she needed the run on her debut but I will keep a close eye on the betting next timeout. 

Tracker Reviews: 

I was pretty disappointed in how One Hart and Qaaddim both ran and I imagine will both be off that trackers. I managed to get an each-way price for Qaaddim but even though it was a bunch finish at the line it wasn’t to be in what turned out a disappointing day for me personally. 

One Hart: Unpl 7/4 
Qaaddim: Unp 5/2 

Saturday Trixie Review: 

Awful again and next week could be the last. 

Timeform Eary Decs: 

14:20 Redcar 21 Jul 2019: Arthur’s Court put up an improved performance last timeout when fourth to Saqqara King at Newmarket. The Hugo Palmer trained 90,000 euro Purchase looks to have a decent chance of being in the mix in what looks a weaker race. The Camelot colt was given a lofty Chesham Stakes entry in June but didn't run. The Mark Johnston favourite Thunderous looks a nice colt but has to give weight away all round. 

13:30 Ayr 22 Jul 2019: Master Mcgrath is a No Nay Never colt for Kevin Ryan and well thought of. Interested to see the betting on Monday. 

18:25 Beverley 22 Jul 2019: Stars In The Night: Another Kevin Ryan horse who hasn't been disgraced in her three races to date and should run her race. 

18:25 Beverley 22 Jul 2019: Seize The Time is a 120,000 euro purchase for owners Phoenix Thoroughbred Limited. Trained by one of my favourite 2-year-old trainers Karl Burke and another who needs a market check before debut. 

Good luck and thanks for reading.

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