Dee Thompson’s Notes From The Paddock – #3

I feel the season is starting to really get underway and the horses are looking a lot better, a lot of them coming into their coats now having had a little sun on their backs, Richard Fahey is worth noting with his two year olds and i feel David Barron, Kevin Ryan and Tim Easterby’s youngsters are worth looking out for in the north as their horses are looking particularly well.
 My most recent list and notes below:
CRYSTAL HOPE – A very strong 3 year old filly trained by Michael Stoute who won a novice at Sandown over 1m 2f  at 14-1, I loved her in the paddock she is a really well built filly who should go on to win more races
CALIBURN – A lovely strong 3 year old colt trained by Hugo Palmer who ran in a class 3 novice at Thirsk over 1m 4f, he was a bit green and slowly away, got going late and ran on really well to finish a close 3rd, one to consider next time out.
SHADES OF BLUE – A lovely athletic 2 year old filly trained by Clive Cox, who ran in a 5f Ascot maiden, was held up waiting for a gap, and then showed impressive speed to win, should definitely go on to win more races and one to follow closely
STREAM OF STAR – A very strong 3 year old gelding trained by John Gosden who won a class 3 maiden at Ascot, should be winning more races, one to follow.
SOCIETY QUEEN – A good sized 2 year old filly trained by Richard Fahey who ran on strongly to be second at Catterick  in the right company could be winning next time out, definitely one to follow that should progress
NICKI’S ANGEL – A nice 2 year old filly trained by Richard Fahey who was slowly away, but quickened nicely to get up in the closing stages at Mussleburgh, she should go on to do better things
RATHBONE – A nice big strong 2 year old colt trained by Kevin Ryan, finished 3rd at York having run a little green and hanging mid race, could be winning next time out, and has the physical capabilities to keep progressing, one to follow
CHARMING KID – A lovely 2 year old colt trained by Richard Fahey who won the race Rathbone finished 3rd at York, showed signs of greenness, but went on to win cosily, looks a nice prospect and one to definitely follow
Dee Thompson

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