A Maiden Stakes over 5f 16y on good going. Twelve two-year-olds take part. Full Intention has the ability but a wide draw is enough to scare the life out of most punters. Looks a challenge. I have my eye on an outsider which may or may not be a good idea. However, I never regret placing a bet on a horse at huge odds because if they catch my eye for a reason there is often value to be found. Joseph Tuite is a trainer who knows his two-year-olds and not the kind of handler to over egg the cake (so to speak). Madam Dancealot is a daughter of Sir Prancealot out of a winning mare. This Irish-bred bay filly was a recent breeze-up purchase for a paltry £5,000. The figure doesn't instill unwavering hope but the price tag isn't always right - whereas the trainer's opinion could be. I noted this filly was considered for the Lily Agnes Conditions Stakes. That, in my book, it a sign of ability and from a low draw and at odds of 40/1 is worth a small each-way bet.
Madam Dancealot 40/1 2nd
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