Timeform pick out bets from Kenilworth on Wednesday.
"The in-form Justin Snaith stable look to have found Spam Alert a run of the mill maiden to get her off the mark."
Freedom Charter looked an improving sort when hacking up in a course and distance handicap last month, seeing off Lindley's Lane with the minimum of fuss by a comfortable length and a quarter. Candice Bass-Robinson's daughter of Elusive Fort is significantly upped in class this morning but deserves her chance at the prize money, and any further improvement could well see her follow up.
Spam Alert seems to have a combination of speed and stamina, second over this trip at Durbanville in September when a length adrift of Evelina, and a running-on third when dropped back to an inadequate five furlongs last time. A daughter of Captain Al, she really ought to be a whole lot better suited back up at this seven furlongs and the in-form Justin Snaith stable look to have found Spam Alert a run of the mill maiden to get her off the mark.
Yess could well prove far too good for these at the weights if Joey Ramsden's Casino Prince filly can prove as effective at this mile as she has done over further. She held on to win her maiden over ten furlongs on the Greyville polytrack and although seventh on her handicap debut over a similar trip at Scottsville, she was only beaten three lengths at the line. Dropped a remarkable eleven pounds by the handicapper for that effort, Yess looks well treated now and ought to run a huge race under these conditions.
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(All from Kenilworth)
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