- Date: 01 July 2020
- Going: GOOD
- Surface: Turf
- Status: Completed
Good To Go On Racing Tv Maiden Stakes (5) (Class 5)
- Distance: 7f 33y
- Age: 3 years old+
- Runners: 8
- Prize: £5,400
- Race status: Weighed In
Shaped with a little encouragement when sixth of 10 in 7f novice (40/1) at Haydock (7f, good) on debut 22 days ago. Better to come.
|09/06/20||Haydock Park||6/10||Flat||6f 212y||Good||8st 11lbs||Ben Sanderson||63.84|
Showed some promise when 7½ lengths seventh of 13 in maiden at Redcar (7f, good to soft) on debut 13 days ago. Should improve.
|18/06/20||Redcar||7/13||Flat||7f||Gd/sft||9st 5lbs||Duran Fentiman||55|
Dandy Man mare. Dam, maiden (stayed 10.5f), half-sister to smart 7f winner Arbalet out of useful 2-y-o 7f winner Miss Beatrix.
Left debut form behind when fourth of 11 in 7f novice at Haydock (7f, good, 12/1) 22 days ago.
|09/06/20||Haydock Park||4/11||Flat||6f 212y||Good||9st 2lbs||Tony Hamilton||16.55|
|11/10/19||Newcastle||10/13||Flat||6f||Slow||9st 5lbs||Tony Hamilton||11.05|
Ran to only a modest level when fifth of 12 in maiden at Wolverhampton (8.6f, 40/1) on debut 21 days ago, but should improve.
|10/06/20||Wolverhampton||5/12||Flat||1m 142y||Std||8st 11lbs||Tom Eaves||45.44|
Very green when well held in 1m novice at Kempton. Off 19 months. First run for yard after leaving Michael Bell.
|14/11/18||Kempton Park||12/13||Flat||1m||Slow||9st 0lbs||Hayley Turner||101.5|
Promising individual. Second of 10 in minor event (evens) at Redcar (7f, good) 10 days ago. Remains capable of better.
|21/06/20||Redcar||2/10||Flat||7f||Good||9st 5lbs||Joe Fanning||2.14|
|08/06/20||Lingfield Park||6/12||Flat||7f 1y||Std||9st 5lbs||Oisin Murphy||4.32|
Proved he retains all his ability on first run since leaving D. K. Weld when second of 12 in 1m novice at Ripon (good, 14/1) 11 days ago. In excellent hands and may yet do better,
|20/06/20||Ripon||2/12||Flat||1m||Good||9st 12lbs||David Nolan||32|
|17/05/19||Leopardstown||10/14||Flat||1m||Gd/sft||9st 5lbs||Oisin James Orr||2.48|
|19/09/18||Naas||4/19||Flat||1m||Good||9st 5lbs||Declan McDonogh||8.8|
GOLD ZABEEL is a good sort physically with scope for further improvement given his yard's modus operandi, so he's taken to open his account at the third attempt. Egrecio has obviously been hard to train but proved he retains all his ability when second at Ripon 11 days ago and may yet do better, while Innings is another who could progress again.