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Burnt Sugar – 16th Royal Hunt Cup
On the unfavoured far side, he could be seen to be travelling very strongly a couple of furlongs out before fading in the closing stages. He wins and best runs have been with cut in the ground over 7 furlongs, and when getting those conditions has hinted he’s capable of winning sometime soon.
Upd: Landed a huge gamble from 25/1 into 7/1 in the Bunbury Cup at Newmarket. – WON 7/1 < 25/1
Upd: Followed up at Ascot WON 20/1.
Pretty Pollyanna – 5th Albany Stakes
This was a big step up having just raced the once previously when winning her maiden at Yarmouth and she ran a race full of promise. She travelled really nicely and whilst she was slightly outpaced when the taps were turned in the final 2 furlongs, she stayed on really well once finding her stride suggesting with this experience she’s capable of competing at the grade.
Upd: Bolted up in the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes – WON 20/1
2019 Royal Ascot Notebooks:
Ascot Day Two, Liberty Beach, 4th Queen Mary,
Finished best of those on the unfavoured far side, having travelled extremely strongly and quickened well to finish a highly creditable 4th place considering the pace and draw bias towards the nearside. She’d previously shown an impressive turn of foot when winning the Hilary Needler at Beverley, so handles a variety of ground and from a less fashionable yard could easily be underestimated in some future pattern races for 2yo fillies this season.
Update: Next time out, bolted up at Sandown showing an impressive turn of foot. WON 9/4
Update: Won again at Glorious Goodwood very impressively.
Ascot Day Three, Fanaar, 3rd Britannia Stakes,
Had shown a preference for a bit of cut in the ground as a 2yo and confirmed that here with a return to form. This also confirmed the fact he looks to be better over 7 furlongs rather than the mile, as he travelled superbly well behind horses here and having quickened really well to chase down the leader, he was unable to sustain his effort inside the final furlongs. He looks sure to win when encountering some cut in the ground and dropping back to 7 furlongs.
Update: Didn’t get competitive in the big handicap at Ascot on King George day.
Ascot Day Four, Celtic Beauty, 2nd Albany Stakes,
She came into the a maiden after 2 starts, but that should be just a case of time following a massive run here in finishing 2nd in what looked a decent renewal. With a middle draw, she could be seen to be travelling extremely strongly and looked the likely winner as her and the winner pulled clear of their group. When asked she quickened half a length clear of the winner but didn’t last home. She’d be really interesting if dropped to the minimum distance as she shows such pace on her races.
Update: Ran over 6 furlong again at Newmarket and again looks like she’d prefer a drop to 5f.
Update: Dropped in trip and class at Naas and won very well.
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