Trading Post: View from the training centres: North.
Penny Whisper (2.00 Doncaster, nap) A well-regarded juvenile, who boundedhome in style on her debut at Pontefract. She is expected to prove hard to catch in this follow-up bid.
St Savarin (4.10 Doncaster) Made a successful reappearance on his first outing for Richard Fahey. Has benefited from that outing and is fancied to oblige again.
Taras Leader (2.35 Newcastle) A speedily bred newcomer from the John Quinn stable, which can ready one first time out. Big run forecast.
Dance To My Tune (3.40 Newcastle) Failed to settle on her latest start, in a slowly run race. Considered worth another chance on ground that will suit. Granston (5.25 Kempton) Shaped really well, drawn on the seemingly unfavoured side, in the Spring Mile at Doncaster. Reckoned capable of winning a decent prize and stable is in good form.
Others to follow Doncaster: 2.30 Soba Jones, 3.35 Hiddensee, 5.15 Hartshead.
Newcastle: 2.05 Time To Relax, 3.10 Orphan. Sedgefield: 3.20 Donna's Double, 3.50 Snowy, 4.25 Bohemian Spirit, 4.55 Kings Square.
Warwick: 2.50 Queen's Echo, 3.25 King Of Love, 5.00 Sound And Vision.
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|Publication:||The Racing Post (London, England)|
|Date:||May 2, 2005|
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