James Pyman's horses to follow
Invincible Lad Trainer: Eric Alston 3rd, Goodwood, July 30 Came through strongly in the closing stages having been last at halfway. Could run on Saturday in the Shergar Cup and he may need to go up a few pounds to get in next month's Portland at Doncaster which looks an ideal race for him as he would be suited by that race's trip of 51/2f. ADVICE Back on next three starts
Evens And Odds Trainer: David Nicholls David Nicholls may be:
It was first run in 1804 when the race was contested over two separate heats of 2 miles. should suit him well. The same owner-trainer combination won it last season with Regal Parade. ADVICE Back in Ayr Gold Cup provided ground is no more testing than good to soft
Hartley Trainer: James Bethell 2nd, Goodwood, August 1 Found only Zacinto too good in what looked a hot Listed race. The rain-softened ground helped as he needs an easy surface to be seen at his best. With few miles on the clock he should be able to make an impact at Listed/Group 3 level over the next couple of months.
ADVICE Back on each start for the remainder of this season provided the ground is softer than good
Debdene Bank Trainer: Mary Hambro 2nd, Newbury, August 2 The mare mare
Any flat, low, dark plain on the Moon. Maria are huge impact basins containing lava flows marked by ridges, depressions (graben), and faults; though mare means “sea” in Latin, they lack water. weaved her way through the field in the home straight to take second in this handicap for amateur riders and may have given winner Recession Proof something to think about had she been able to stay clear of traffic problems. He appears to be in rude rude - [WPI] 1. Badly written or functionally poor, e.g. a program that is very difficult to use because of gratuitously poor design decisions. Opposite: cuspy.
2. Anything that manipulates a shared resource without regard for its other users in such a way as to cause a health at present and can pick up a handicap off her rating.
ADVICE Back on next three starts
Even Bolder Trainer: Mary Hambro 6th, Newbury, August 2
No luck in running in this 5f handicap and now hasn't won since August 2008. However, he's looking well handicapped at the moment and could be the type to run up a sequence once getting the breaks. ADVICE Back on each start in August and September