These tips have been forwarded by the excellent website www.grouphorse.co.uk who know a good two-year-old horse when they see one. All of the juveniles, below, have been detailed by their trainers at some point in the season. They range from potentially very good class to horses which may not have achieved the dizzy heights connections once hoped but in their grade have a fighting chance.
12:05 Newmarket -
An early start to proceedings at headquarters. Nawassi proved an expensive flop on debut over course and distance. John Gosden's daughter of Dubawi was sent off the second favourite but trailed home last. This homebred is held in some regard and featured in a betting on debut which is significant. Whether that disappointment was down to inexperience or more likely an issue, there should be much more to come after this significant layoff. It may be a negative if very weak in the betting. However, if starting 13/2 & less SP hold respectable each-way claims.
5:00 Newcastle -
A pretty moderate affair with this 0-65 rated handicap. A couple of these hold claims at this level. Seen The Lyte is a consistent little filly who has won and gone close on a few occasions. A speedster, she could try to make all. Skyva hasn't shown a great deal of ability although isn't devoid of something. Brian Ellison has been very quiet with his two-year-olds this season and Skyva hasn't done too much beyond a third place. This gelding, a son of Dick Turpin, has gone down in the weights and with an apprentice onboard races off a mark which could see him go well.