Vetiver is well bred, being a Cheveley Park homebred. She’s trained by Andrew Balding and she will be ridden by the unlucky Rob Hornby. She wears a hood on her debut, which may suggest she has a slight temperament. There’s every chance she has a lot of potential, given it’s her debut, however she poses too many questions for her debut.
Metahorse was third on his debut at Chester, looking like he will improve for the run. He’s by the smart Havana Grey and represents in form connections. His jockey, Rossa Ryan, is in fine form and his experience will count for a lot. The only downside is that he’s related to performers way over six furlongs, most notably Hyanna. He may find the six furlongs a tad on the fast side.
Rogue Lightning is the charge of Tom Clover and Jack Mitchell. Clover’s two year olds have been in flying form lately and connections have been enjoying a nice amount of success. He doesn’t have any standout relations but they all excelled over six furlongs or sprint distances and being by Kodiac. He has a lot in his favour today.
ROGUE LIGHTNING (WIN) 15:10 Newmarket
Asraabb is the representative for Roger Varian and Jack Mitchell. She blew the start on her debut and struggled to make headway later on. She went off as favourite on her debut at Wolverhampton, last time out, but found a lot of trouble during running and needed the seas to part. She’s related to National Hunt horses so she may need further.
Sea Tsarina is trained by William Haggas and ridden by Tom Marquand, both of which are enjoying a good time of it. She’s well bred and is by Sea The Stars. The only downsides today is that she has a seven pound penalty and the form of her Yarmouth victory hasn’t been franked as much. She could be opposable today.
Midnight Moll is by prolific sire Dark Angel and has inform connections of Ed Walker and Kieran Shoemark. She’s impeccably well bred, being related to top class performers. Although there’s questions, given it’s her debut, she’s not a bad price to take on the aforementioned.
MIDNIGHT MOLL (WIN) written by Kieran McHugh