May 31, 2019 at 11:31 #1443718
Hi all – you’ll remember Dee had a very successful ‘Notes From The Paddock’ series at the start of last season. Well, dshe had to curtail it due to a family illness but is back with her notes for 2019. Guaranteed to be some good priced winners in there along the way.
Here is her first message –
NOVICES AND MAIDENS TO NOTE – UPDATED LIST:
TELECASTER – Caught the eye at Doncaster before he ran in his maiden to finish second, a big strong lovely individual and has since WON the Dante at 7/1 a horse to continue following
VENTURA REBEL – A nice strong colt caught the eye at Thirsk in his maiden -went on to win at Ascot at 20/1 one to continue to follow
OBEE JO – A lovely strong physical type who caught the eye at Thirsk – a horse with potential and one to follow
PROPER BEAU – A really nice type i saw first time out at Mussleburgh has since been sold since – ran at Sandown, first run for new owners – didnt have much room at start of race then pulled too hard, nice physical type, one to keep an eye on.
ALMINOOR – Nice type physically has won races – should be more to come
SHOW ME SHOW ME – ran at Chester May 8th carrying a penalty and bad draw, so considering all wasnt beaten far – one that does have the ability and physical capability to win more races
FLIGHT OF THUNDER – has the physical capability to win races – one to watch when enters its nurseries
MR. FUDGE – finished 3rd beaten 1 1/2 lengths at Beverley, may still go on to win races, maybe one to consider in nurseries
VOICEOFTHEEMIRATES – needs more time to mature mentally has dwelt at the start both times now – physically good looking big and strong – one to consider in hcaps
COAST OFALFUJAIRAH – hasnt ran since 3rd April – physically looked capable of more – so one to consider in future races
DOUBLE HONOUR – A 2 year old with scope – so one to consider in the right company
RICHARD R H B – really liked this horse physically for sprinting – one to watch out for in nurseries
TAPISSERIE – 2ND 11th May has ability and a nicely built horse one to watch out for
SEA OF FAITH – Was slowly away for the second time, needs to mature a bit more – but has shown enough to suggest will be winning racesMay 31, 2019 at 11:32 #1443719
NOVICES AND MAIDENS TO NOTE – UPDATE 31st MAY 2019
BELLA BRAZIL – A big strong well built 2 year old filly trained by David Barron ridden by Tom Eaves won her maiden second time out at Redcar 6f good going on 28th May 2019
she has the size and scope to go on to win more races – she is built like a typical sprinter
one to follow.
RUSALKA – A nice scopey 2 year old filly athletically built trained by Tim Easterby ridden by David Allan ran on to be fourth second time out in a 6f maiden race at Redcar 28th May 2019 – one that has the physical build to go on and win races keep an eye on this one either next time out or when she runs in nurseries.May 31, 2019 at 11:35 #1443720
A few from the list that are scheduled to race –
Double Honour – RUNS – FRIDAY 31ST – 6.30 DONCASTER NOVICE STAKES 1M
Themaxweckan – RUNS SATURDAY 1ST JUNE – 3.05 DONCASTER – LAST RAN IN A DERBY TRIAL RACE WHICH WAS A LISTED RACE – DROPPED IN GRADE HERE TO A HANDICAP – MARK JOHNSTON IN FANTASTIC FORM MAY BE WORTH CONSIDERING THIS TIME.
Telecaster – RUNS IN A SMALL RACE AT EPSOM ON SATURDAY….
Voiceoftheemirates – RUNS MONDAY 3RD JUNE 2.45 THIRSK IN A 7F NOVICE STAKES – I REALLY LIKED THIS ONE PHYSICALLY AND THE BOOKING OF JAMIE SPENCER SUGGESTS THEY EXPECT A GOOD RUN – THERE IS QUITE A FEW NEWMARKET HORSES ENTERED IN THE RACE SO DEPENDING ON THE PRICE MAY BE WORTH CONSIDERING EACH WAY
DeeJune 5, 2019 at 11:29 #1444668KrisParticipant
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I enjoyed the notes last season, keep up the good work DeeJune 5, 2019 at 19:54 #1444691
NOVICES TO FOLLOW
THE BELL CONDUCTOR : 2 Year old colt trained by Phil Makin ran at Thirsk on 3rd June 6f good to firm, a nice strong type physically looks capable of winning races soon, kept on well to finish second to the Fahey favourite
WITH VIRTUE: lovely strong good looking 2 year old filly trained by James Tate, having her first run at Nottingham over 5f good g/f going looks to have the physical ability to win races sometime soon.
AL RAYA: nice speedy 2 year old filly trained by Archie Watson ran well from a disadvantaged draw at Nottingham good g/f going, to finish second looks to have the ability to win races soon.
BALTIC BARON – NOT A NOVICE BUT AN EYECATCHER – this 4 year old trained by David O’Meara caught the eye physically a really nice type having his first run for this new yard, looks one with a future – so one to consider going forward.
NOVICE WITH ENTRIES IN THE NEXT FEW DAYS:
OBEE JO – is entered to run at Haydock on Saturday 8th June at 5.20 and is also entered at Pontefract 7.35 Monday 10th June
COASTOFALFUJAIRAH – ran at Carlisle 5f novice 30th May soft ground -5/1 to finish 5th may be worth considering when in a handicap
DOUBLE HONOUR – ran at Doncaster 31st May in a novice ran very promising to be a close second at 9/4 just beaten a neck, this horse is strong physically and should be winning soon
THEMAXWECAN – ran at Doncaster 1st June to finish close second unable to match strides with the winner was beaten just a neck at 9/2 showed good attitude and could be winning races soon
TELECASTER – highly tried in the Derby on 1st June, ran very disappointingly, trainer later said maybe the three races he had were too close together and had been too much for him, a real eyecatcher physically, one to consider after a longer break.
VOICEOFTHEEMIRATES – ran at Thirsk 3rd June to finish 5th, this horse is strong physically, but for the third time dwelt at the start and did run with a high head carraige, even with a noseband, may be one to consider in handicaps, certainly looks physically upto winning races, but does appear to have one or two issues,June 6, 2019 at 16:42 #1444712
RUSALKA – A nice scopey 2 year old filly athletically built trained by Tim Easterby ridden by David Allan ran on to be fourth second time out in a 6f maiden race at Redcar 28th May 2019 – one that has the physical build to go on and win races keep an eye on this one either next time out or when she runs in nurseries.June 21, 2019 at 11:53 #1446343
VENTURA REBEL – ran another corking race to finish close second at 16/1 in the Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot yesterday.
GALADRIEL – is running today at 2.30 i liked this horse physically at York and it ran very green, but caught the eye running on to finish fourth
OBEE JO – runs at Ayr 3.10 on Saturday
TAPISSERIE – entered at Carlisle 4.30 WednesdayJuly 2, 2019 at 19:41 #1447461
Below is a list of novices/maidens that have caught my eye in the paddock over my last few visits to racecourses.
In my opinion i think these horses have the physical capability to win races soon, not necessarily next time out, it all depends on which over newcomers they come up against, but likely to win races soon.
BOOSALA – a 2 year old colt trained by W. Haggas ridden by James Doyle ran at Windsor on June 17th going good to soft, a nice type who won well and looked a bit above average, one to keep an eye on.
YOU’RE MY ROCK – a 2 year old colt trained by Richard Fahey ran at Newcastle over 7f on 27th June – he dwelt at the start and ran on promisingly to finish 3rd – he has good size and strength, looked fit and is one to follow
WHISPERING BEAUTY – a 3 year old filly trained by W. Haggas a real eyecatcher in the paddock in that she is a really good size with some scope – she ran at Newmarket on June 28th going good over 1 mile – she lost 6 lengths at the start and ran on really well to finish second beaten just over 2 lengths – one that could be winning very soon.
AL DABARAN – a 2 year old colt trained by C. Appelby ridden by James Doyle ran at Newmarket on June 29th going good to firm over 7f – dwelt at the start recovered well, then forged clear to win well – a really nice type physically should be winning more races
GOLD SOUK – a 2 year old colt trained by M. Johnston ridden by H. Bentley ran at Newmarket on June 29th going good to firm over 7f finished 3rd to Al Daraban mentioned above – Gold Souk is a very striking colt a big eyecatcher in the paddock, however he was very coltish and didnt have his mind on the job in hand at all, which possibly blew his chances – so physically id say he definitely has great potential, but that would depend on how he is behaving on the day.
DeeJuly 18, 2019 at 18:52 #1448784
Saturday,20 July – 15:30
RIPON, Ripon Bell-Ringer Handicap Cl2 1m4f10y
Thursday,18 July – 14:20
Richard R H B
LEICESTER, Cold Overton Nursery Handicap Cl5 7f
Friday,19 July – 15:40
NEWBURY, Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Rose Bowl Stakes (Listed Race) Cl1 6f
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