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My Timeform: Promising two-year-olds to follow


Timeform pick out a trio of promising two-year-olds who caught the eye during the last week of racing.

Thesis (Timeform rating 77P) – Sandown, Thursday 22 July

This seven-furlong maiden has a history of being contested by subsequent pattern performers with future 2000 Guineas winner Kameko successful in 2019 and last year’s renewal being fought out by Etonian and One Ruler who both went on to win at that level at two. Probably the best prospect in this year’s race was the Roger Charlton-trained Thesis who shaped with plenty of encouragement in third. Travelling well in a forward position, he took over in front from the odds-on favourite Dukedom under two furlongs before running green when shaken up and then proved one-paced when headed inside the final furlong. The more experienced Zechariah ran out the winner by three and a half lengths, while Thesis ended up beaten a neck for the runner-up spot by fellow newcomer Bullet Force. That was a really promising debut from Thesis, a Kingman half-brother to his stable’s Fillies’ Mile winner Quadrilateral and a full brother to the useful Boardman who ran up a hat-trick in seven-furlong handicaps earlier this year.

Loquace (72p) – Ascot, Friday 23 July

The Richard Hannon-trained Loquace was having her second start in this fillies’ novice over seven furlongs just a week after making her debut in a maiden at Newbury over a furlong shorter. She’d looked badly in need of the experience at Newbury but had clearly learned plenty from that initial experience as she shaped much better at Ascot. In fact, she ran an eye-catching race under fairly tender handling to finish two lengths second to the newcomer Destiny Queen who was sent off the outsider of the six runners. Patiently ridden after stumbling at the start, Loquace travelled fluently before making headway in the final furlong to take the runner-up spot without Andrea Atzeni giving her too hard a race. A granddaughter of the French-trained Cheveley Park winner Pas de Reponse, Loquace is open to further improvement and well up to winning a similar event.

Mise Le Meas (88p) – Gowran, Saturday 24 July

Johnny Murtagh looks to have a potentially useful two-year-old filly on his hands after Mise Le Meas got off the mark in a fillies’ maiden at Gowran at the second attempt. Most of the 14 fillies were making their debuts but it was a pair with experience who pulled clear of the rest with Mise Le Meas getting the better of Duvet Day by a length and three quarters with a gap of three lengths to the third. After chasing the leaders and travelling well, Ben Coen sent Mise Le Meas on entering the straight before she showed a good turn of foot to quicken clear over a furlong out. Mise Le Meas had made an encouraging start to her career in a similar event at the Curragh a month earlier when a keeping-on third behind Discoveries and Tuesday who are both sisters to classic winners. Open to further improvement, Mise Le Meas is a half-sister to the Lowther and Falmouth winner Nahoodh and holds an entry in next month’s Group 2 Debutante Stakes at the Curragh.



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Monday 27 September
3. EXIT POLL (IRE) 159
S. F. O'Keeffe silk S. F. O'Keeffe
Mrs J. Harrington, Ireland
J. J. Slevin silk J. J. Slevin
Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland
M. P. Walsh silk M. P. Walsh
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland hot trainer
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17:50 FFOS LAS

1st Tom Marquand silk 5. CHEPCHIK 7/42.75
2nd Hollie Doyle silk hd 1. LIL GUFF 11/43.75
3rd Oisin Murphy silk hd 3. COAST 13/82.62f
J: Tom Marquand  
8 ran. NRs: 2 

17:20 FFOS LAS

1st Hollie Doyle silk 6. MISTER BLUEBIRD 5/16
2nd Trevor Whelan silk 5. THE DALEY EXPRESS (IRE) 9/25.5
3rd Zak Wheatley silk nk 8. BRANDY STATION (IRE) 9/110
J: Hollie Doyle  
T: Heather Main  
All 11 ran.


1st S. McCullagh silk 1. VIAREGGIO (IRE) 4/15
2nd Ben Martin Coen silk 6. CAPOEIRA (IRE) 6/17
3rd K. J. Manning silk 6 3. NECTARINE (IRE) 4/15
J: S. McCullagh (5)  
All 9 ran.


1st Stefano Cherchi silk 2. SIR OLIVER (IRE) 8/19
2nd John Fahy silk nk 3. SADIQAA (IRE) 9/25.5
3rd Pat Cosgrave silk hd 1. MARLAY PARK 4/15
J: Stefano Cherchi (3)  
T: Chris Dwyer  
All 9 ran.

16:50 FFOS LAS

1st Faye McManoman silk 14. BERYL BURTON 12/113
2nd Charles Bishop silk 10. WOW WILLIAM (FR) 14/115
3rd Tyler Heard silk 9. MY BOY CHARLES (USA) 10/111
J: Faye McManoman (3)  
T: John Berry  
All 14 ran.


1st K. J. Manning silk 10. THAT'S MAD 10/111
2nd C. T. Keane silk ½ 1. STRONG JOHNSON (IRE) 13/27.5
3rd G. M. Ryan silk hd 7. ARNHEM (IRE) 7/24.5f
15 ran. NRs: 11  8 


1st William Buick silk 4. DANVILLE 4/71.57f
2nd David Probert silk 6. ARRANGE (IRE) 8/19
All 7 ran.

16:15 FFOS LAS

1st Saffie Osborne silk 2. BRAINS (IRE) 9/43.25
2nd Ryan Tate silk 6. LATENT HEAT (IRE) 9/110
3rd Tom Marquand silk ¾ 9. LENNY'S SPIRIT (FR) 12/113
J: Saffie Osborne (5)  
All 11 ran.


1st Ms L. Dowdall silk 16. KHEZAANA (IRE) 66/167
2nd Siobhan Rutledge silk 7. MOON DAISY (IRE) 5/23.5f
3rd Sylvia O'Donnell silk 21. EXTENSIO (IRE) 10/34.33
4th Emma Twomey silk ¾ 15. OUT ON FRIDAY (IRE) 22/123
J: Ms L. Dowdall (7)  
17 ran. NRs: 13  18  19  22  4 
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