Saturday's Racing Tips (26th August)

1:35 Goodwood - 

Noted juveniles: Kareva.

Note: Charles Hills two-year-old has been knocking on the door and holds respectable claims. 

2:05 Newmarket - 

Noted juveniles: Mashaheer & Betty F.  

Interesting: William Haggas' Mashaheer was fancied on debut but disappointed. This colt was earmarked for the Gimcrack (Group 2) and I suspect will show much more today. From a statistical point of view, holds decent each-way claims if prices allow. Betty F could go well for Jeremy Noseda. This homebred daughter of Frankel looks to be one of the better hopes for the stable. If starting favourite I would take that as a confident sign. 

5:10 Windsor - 

Noted juveniles: Prince Maurice, Bint Huwaar & Lamya.

Interesting: Prince Maurice has a significant entry but doesn't look to be one of the stable stars. Would hold greater claims if price 8/1 & less SP. Bint Huwaar is worthy of note. George Peckham doesn't have a huge string of juveniles but this daughter of More Than Ready is held in high regard. She cost $1000,000 at the 2yo breeze up sales and a couple of Group entries give some confidence. Could well have each-way claims. Lamya ran well on debut and held in some regard by connections. Looks the horse to beat but I wouldn't jump in at short odds especially if these two in opposition are strong in the market.   

5:25 Redcar - 

Noted juveniles: Benadalid & Mistress Of Venice.

Note: Mistress Of Venice is a talented filly who has been racing at a high level. This is a major drop in class and unless she has regressed, looks a stiff horse to beat. Benadalid is considered 20lb inferior to this talented filly on official ratings. He is a battling type but carrying a penalty will make life tough. Holds claims but may need the filly to disappoint to prevail. 

5:55 Redcar - 

Noted juveniles: Elysee Star.

Claims: Ben Haslam doesn't have many juveniles in his stable but Elysee Star is a professional two-year-old. She has run well on both starts to date and connections considered her for the Convivial Maiden at York. This auction race is probably her class but she has a fighting chance of victory.   

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