Lexington Sky – 14.10 Newmarket – CHEMTEST EBF NOVICE FILLIES´ STAKES 6f
The fact this season around Hannon’s juveniles is that they are coming on very quickly for the benefit of a run, there daughter of Iffraaj finished a close fourth on debut when behind Tom Dascombe’s Fiery Character. The third Carmague was impressive when beating a very useful type I thought in Romantic View at Ascot next time out. It has not been the greatest of maidens, but the third could be smart so that is the aiming stick for me.
I thought Lexington Sky settled well enough under Patt Dobbs over the optimum here at Newmarket, the penny dropped late on and ran all the way to the line, she probably very much deserves her status at the head of the market and should leave her run behind now stepping up to 6f on fast ground.
She’s All Mine – 14.45 Newmarket – STREETS CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS HANDICAP 1m
A very backward juvenile who has showed some signs of improvement since making the transition to three. He was probably thrown in the deep end when given an opening mark of 69 on handicap debut, since he has dropped 6lb and ran well under Kieran O’Neill to get up for second staying on in the closing stages. He should get every yard of this 8f again and probably further being through the blood line of High Chaparral, i do have though serious concerns if he will act on this quicker surface this afternoon.
Out of the two running Lexington Sky looks the obvious bet, you could have a little dabble each way on their only other runner who is trading around 12/1 on the exchanges at the moment, but the firs mentioned should be getting off the board at the second time of asking this afternoon under Tom Marquand who also rides She’s All Mine