Recent 2YO News From Jeremy Noseda

Illaunglass got her career off to the best possible start with a smooth success in a 6f maiden at Lingfield this afternoon.
The daughter of Red Clubs has been pleasing trainer Jeremy Noseda in her work at home and obliged at odds of 4/7.
She did well to score from the widest draw of all but jockey Ryan Moore was quick out the gates and was able to adopt a handy position just behind the leader.
She travelled well and Moore never had to ask too many questions for her to run out a decisive two lenght winner.

Roman Soldier opened his account at the second time of asking over 6f at Leicester this afternoon.
The son of Holy Roman Emperor stepped up markedly on his debut at Goodwood to run at a ready winner in the hands of George Baker.
Baker settled the 6/1 chance at the head of affairs and he travelled strongly before striding clear of his rivals to score by three and a half lengths.
An impressed Baker said: ‘’He seemed to have learnt plenty from his debut and done it well. He is a progressive sort who is definitely going the right way.’’


Regal Realm got her career off to the best possible start when taking a 6f maiden at Newmarket this afternoon.
The daughter of Medicean, a 25/1 shot, was settled in the midfield by Jimmy Fortune and travelled strongly.
Asked for an effort 2f out Regal Realm responded well to Fortune’s urgings to join the leader, Gamilati, inside the final furlong and go on to score by a head.
Noseda said of the Chevelely Park-owned filly: “It’s a nice surprise but not a 25/1 surprise. We did think she’d be in the shake-up but thought perhaps that she hadn’t quite done enough work to win first time.
“But she was utterly professional and has done it well. We shall see how she comes out of this but may go brave and will think about Royal Ascot.”

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