- Date: 25 November 2021
- Going: ALL-WEATHER SLOW
- Surface: All Weather
- Status: Completed
Play Coral Racing-Super-Series For Free Maiden Stakes (5) (D.i) (Class 5)
- Distance: 7f 36y
- Age: 2 years old+
- Runners: 11
- Prize: £6,500
- Race status: Weighed In
Dabirsim colt who knew what was a required and ran to a fair level when second of 12 in a C&D maiden on debut 17 days ago. Should progress.
|08/11/21||Wolverhampton||2/12||Flat||7f 36y||Slow||9st 5lbs||Clifford Lee||10.6||►|
Twice-raced gelding. Tenth of 11 in maiden (200/1) at this C&D 17 days ago. One for low-grade handicaps in due course.
Twice-raced gelding. 16/1 and blinkered for 1st time, fourth of 11 in maiden at Naas (5.9f, soft) 39 days ago. Subsequently sold out of M. D. O'Callaghan's yard for 5,000 gns.
Much improved from debut when second of 14 in novice event at Newcastle (7.1f) 13 days ago. Open to further improvement and well up to winning a race of this nature.
Twice-raced gelding. First run since leaving Nigel Tinkler when sixth of 12 in maiden at Newmarket (7f, good to soft, 150/1) 54 days ago.
Well held in a trio of 7f novice events and won't come into his own until tackling longer trips/handicaps next year.
Twice-raced colt. Fifth of 12 in minor event (14/1) at Kempton (7f) 27 days ago, not knocked about. Looks more one for handicaps after this.
Showed a bit when sixth of 13 in 7f novice event at Newmarket (soft, 12/1) on debut 36 days ago, weakening from 2f out. Open to improvement.
|20/10/21||Newmarket (Rowley)||6/13||Flat||7f||Soft||9st 0lbs||Adam Kirby||17||►|
Foaled February 8. 35,000 gns yearling, Fast Company colt. Half-brother to several winners, including useful 2-y-o 6f winner Phijee and 7f-1½m winner White Shaheen.
Foaled March 5. 42,000 gns yearling, Starspangledbanner gelding. Dam maiden half-sister to useful winner up to 11f Menhoubah. Yard can ready one, so requires a market check.
Foaled March 7. Showcasing gelding. Closely related to useful 2-y-o 6f winner Gifted Ruler and half-brother to very smart winner up to 6f Kachy and 11f winner Maximum Effect. Worth a market check.
SIR WINSTON stepped up considerably on his debut effort when runner-up at Newcastle 13 days ago and is plainly the one to beat on that piece of form, especially with the prospect of more to come. Aasser is an obvious threat following a promising start to his career over this C&D, though Applaud Now should have learnt plenty from his initial outing at Newmarket and is not taken lightly, either.