QUESTION OF THE DAY; What Classic clues have you identified from the Craven meeting?
jjIt looked obvious that nothing seen there will be winning a
Classic unless it is a poor year for three-year-olds. Trainers are
clearly giving their best horses more time to come right after the bad
winter. alanchristine jjPrincipal Role stayed on well in the Nell Gwyn.
She could be one to watch out for over a mile as a fast finisher.
wallismtm jjNone, I haven't got RUK! bulldog69 jjI think
connections of Rumoush will be crazy not to use the Guineas as a
stepping-stone to the Oaks. She not only has a great chance but they
would have serious egg on face if they missed the Guineas and then found
out she doesn't get 1m4f. luming jjI think Music Show will put up a
good performance in the 1,000. Saw her at Bath last season and she was
mightily impressive then. If MC thinks she will come on for the run then
she must have a live chance. tracey21 jjIf Elusive Pimpernel produces
the same turn of foot in the 2,000 Guineas as he did in the Craven,
he's going to be very hard to beat, is he not? bernardxxx1945
jjElusive Pimpernel enhanced his reputation here and must be considered
whichever Classic he goes for. mickeddy jjMassive compliment today to St
Nicholas Abbey for the 2,000 Guineas. If Elusive Pimpernel can only get
to three and three-quarter lengths of him and then easily win the
Craven, St Nicholas Abbey is home and hosed. rupert2705 jjMusic Show was
reportedly "backward" so it was a hell of a performance.
She'll stay and likes the track so must go well. Elusive Pimpernel
is fit and has trained on, and his action reminded me of Erhaab. St
Nicholas Abbey must be doubtful if ground keeps drying. Andrewpelis
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