1:40 Redcar (24th October) Horse Racing Tips/Result

Alan said...

An EBF Maiden Fillies Stakes over 6f on good ground. Some times you have to take a punt and Lady Kashaan is one of those horses that might just run a big race at speculative odds. Alan Swinbank is a canny trainer and his juveniles are always worthy of respect on their second start. On balance, this daughter of Manduro showed little ability on debut. Perhaps beyond an element of pace, this two-year-old was soon struggling and beaten a long way. As with most speculative bets, you have to take a leap of faith. But what are the reasons for thinking this filly may improve.

It could well be significant that Swinbank sent this youngster to Newcastle on debut. It is a course that the trainer often sends his better juveniles. There was also money late on. The trainer has a very good place rate with his two-year-olds on their second start, which often strike at huge odds. In what looks to be an open race, Lady Kashaan would be in with a real shout if attaining a fair level of ability. With almost a month off course, dropping in distance and potential improvement on the cards, she may be worthy of a speculative bet at similarly speculative odds.


HCE: ''No joy for the Swinbank outsider, which touched 40/1 and returned 20s. Takealookatmenow had the form in the book but drifted alarmingly before the start but never had too many concerns, travelling in customary easy style. Jason Ward's Sweetnessandlight ran a stormer in second at 100/1, while Headstight finished 3rd in a very ordinary race.''

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