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Archie Watson’s filly won’t get a better opportunity to break her duck than this on her first try for her new stable. She’s proving tricky having finish second on five occasions from 13 lifetime starts and at one point was officially rated 79. Even allowing for her dropping all the way down to a mark of 68, Notoriously Risky should prove too sharp over the minimum 5f trip around here to get that elusive victory on the board.
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Makes a quick reappearance for the new stable, backing up just four days after running an absolute blinder at Chelmsford to finish second. He bumped into a revitalised Headingley that day who was well punted having also switched yards.
I’m not saying Trevolli was unlucky but he didn’t get the clearest of passages around about the furlong marker. He did hit the line strongly though and this track should suit him.
This is a formidable trainer and jockey combination of William Stone and Hollie Doyle who are always worthy of a second look. They thought for a little while that taking a step up in trip would bring about some improvement, however, the drop back down to six furlongs seems to be the way to go. Little Sunflower is not thrown in by at the weights, but 55 looks a mark within reach, especially from her inside stall position in box two.
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The winners enclosure has proved elusive for River Pride since a very promising start to her career when a short-head second at Doncaster. We shouldn’t judge her too harshly as six furlongs proved a little too sharp at Chester and clearly needed the outing at Kempton, when disappointing last time. River Pride has been kept on the go to get that first victory on the board in her juvenile campaign so I expect her to be primed and ready to go on Friday night.
Looked all over the winner on debut at Wolverhampton last time when eventually finishing third to Dark Swansong. He travelled into that contest with plenty of natural ability and zest, suggesting the drop back down to six furlongs holds no fears for him. Pastel Power gets a handy 7lb from the top-weight Forca Brasil who sets a good standard with an official rating of 84.
She has proved a model of consistency since switching to this yard and put up a good performance over this course and distance last time when second to Full Intention. She looked as if she had done enough to win but was overhauled right on top of the winning post and returns on Friday night on exactly the same mark of 72. David Probert takes over in the saddle on Sealed Offer and he is looking to add another win to his best ever tally of 155 winners this season.
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