A Maiden Stakes over 5f on Standard going. Fourteen two-year-olds, nine raced, six fillies taking on the colts. Just a quick summary of few who may go well. Not bad prize money for this class of race.
Hold On Magnolia is trained by Richard Fahey who always needs respecting with his juveniles. Should go well.
James Givens has done well with his two-year-olds this season. Many have run well on debut which has defied the characteristic of previous years. Feeling Dicky is owned by The Cool Silk Partnership. They have been a force to be reckoned this season. Worthy of respect.
Scott Dixon does well on the all-weather and the stable are not afraid to put their money down when they expect a horse to go well. Socialites Zero has been on our radar since receiving a Stakes race entry very early in the season. This son of Milk It Mick is owned by the Socialites who won with stablemate Socialite Red. Kieran O'Neill [jockey] has a decent strike rate for this yard and if this bay gelding is backed I'd expect a bold show.
Another trainer who should be noted on debut when fancied in the betting is David Brown. Time Again is a homebred filly owned by Peter Onslow. He is no stranger to a good horse: Trick Or Treat  trained by James Given. This daughter of Kyllachy would be high on my list if fancied in the market. In fact, if priced 7/1 & less SP I'd be surprised if she wasn't in the frame.
Interesting that there has been some money for Bit Of A Lad. If backed 7/1 & less SP it would be of note. The blinkers first time doesn't inspire in some respect, but the price is key.
Belle Mare Plage is a good-looking type with plenty of pace and far from disgraced in a higher class. This daughter of Canford Cliffs cost 60,000GNS. Stuart Williams is a clever trainer and this race looks cherry picked for a big performance. This bay filly has showed good speed although there is always a slight fear dropping in distance could see her tapped for toe. However, it could be a strength to finish this race with verve. Interesting.
Conclusion: Not the easiest race to assess in some respects. Hold On Magnolia and Belle Mare Plage have experience and a level of ability. I'd be surprised if Belle Mare Plage doesn't hold fair each-way claims. The betting is key for Socialites Zero, Time Again and Bit Of A Lad. If priced 7/1 & less SP I'd be expecting a big run. Time Again/Bit Of A Lad would be a fair bet if backed with conviction. Feeling Dicky may go well at a price.