Tuesday 16 June 2009

7:40 Kempton (17th June)

A maiden fillies' race over 7f on this turning course where experience can make a big difference.

Silver Symphony has run well on the last two occasions and must have a fighting chance here. This step up to 7f will probably suit and this filly has plenty enough speed to hold a decent position and experience certainly counts for much on these turning tracks.

Marco Botti is a trainer going places and has a much strong and more expensive string of juveniles this year. Ambrogina didn't attain that much on debut at Haydock but that was on terrible ground. It is interesting that this filly was a relatively short price on debut and this has been an indicator that individuals have an element of ability. I can see this two-year-old running much better today.

Brunette was a short price on debut but ran terrible. Hannon is often seen to his best on the all-weather courses and if this juvenile is backed then take note.

Of the unraced the betting will tell the story. Jamary is an interesting runner simply because Clive Brittain has been flying this season. The price is the key to this runner's chances.

The favourite will run her race but the market should be noted for the debutantes although it is never easy to win on a turning track against experienced juveniles. Ambrogina could be a dark horse.

A watching race.

Full result: 'This looked a two-horse race in the betting and proved to be just that. Silver Symphony bounded clear and had the race won from a long way out but Brunette certainly made great strides in the final two furlongs and looks to be progressing with racing.'