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My Timeform: Three two-year-olds to follow


Timeform pick out three two-year-olds who caught the eye recently and ought to be winning races before the end of the season.

Marhaba The Champ (Timeform rating 77p) – Ayr, Friday 17 September

Green Team ran out a game winner of this novice event for Kevin Ryan, but his stablemate Marhaba The Champ was arguably the horse to take out of the race, showing a fair level of ability on debut with the promise of lots more to come. Waited with in the early stages, Marhaba The Champ made smooth headway three furlongs out and shaped well by the end after briefly running green under pressure, rallying inside the final furlong to pass the post less than two lengths behind the winner in fifth. His performance was particularly noteworthy given where he came from in relation to the four who beat him, faring best of those held up in a race where track position was key. By Galileo out of the very smart sprinter Lady of The Desert, Marhaba The Champ has a long way to go to live up to his illustrious pedigree, but there is no doubting his potential to progress and win races. He looks banker material for a similar event in the coming weeks.


Peripatetic (Timeform rating 76p) – Newmarket, Saturday 18 September

This wasn’t a strong novice event for the track, at least in terms of current ability, but there should be more to come from several of them, the first two, in particular, appealing as ones to be excited about for next year. The winner Mellow Yellow had the benefit of a previous run and she put that experience to good use to get off the mark at the second attempt, while the runner-up Peripatetic also shaped with plenty of promise amidst clear signs of greenness. Peripatetic missed the break but recovered quickly to race in touch with the main body of the field. She made headway entering the final two furlongs and soon held every chance, but Mellow Yellow just proved the stronger on the uphill climb to the line, digging deep to get the verdict by a neck. The first two will both be suited by middle-distances in time and Peripatetic has a pedigree (by Ulysses out of a US Grade 1 winner over nine furlongs) which suggests she will go on improving well into her three-year-old campaign. Incidentally, Ulysses has already sired eight winners from his first crop of runners in Europe – including the promising debut winners Aeonian (96p) and New Dimension (85P) – and it’s surely only a matter of time before Peripatetic adds her name to that list.

Everyday (Timeform rating 74p) – Newbury, Saturday 18 September

Everyday beat only one rival home on his debut at Chelmsford at the beginning of the month, so it’s hardly surprising that he returned an SP of 50/1 when making his second start in a novice event at Newbury on Saturday. In the event, Everyday was never sighted with a winning chance at Newbury, always having too much to do in a race dominated from the front by the odds-on favourite, but he was still much improved from his debut in third, six and a half lengths behind the winner. The most impressive aspect of his performance was the amount of ground he made up in the final two furlongs, staying on well to be nearest at the finish. He remains open to more improvement, especially with a view to longer trips, and a quick switch to nurseries could also be on the cards before the end of the season. Whichever route he takes, he is unlikely to be 50/1 when he makes his next appearance on a racecourse, appealing as very much one to keep on the right side.



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Wednesday 20 October
Tom Marquand silk Tom Marquand
William Haggas
Rob Hornby silk Rob Hornby horse for course
Ralph Beckett hot trainer
10. WIDAAD 104
Nicola Currie silk Nicola Currie horse for course
George Boughey hot trainer
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1st Ben Sanderson silk 7. ANGELS LANDING (IRE) 20/121
2nd Jason Watson silk 1 9. ARRANGE (IRE) 14/115
3rd Joe Fanning silk 5. COUPE DE CHAMPAGNE (GER) 14/115
J: Ben Sanderson (3)  
T: Ian Williams  
13 ran. NRs: 14 


1st George Rooke silk 13. BASCULE (FR) 10/111
2nd Richard Kingscote silk 12. DIAMOND BAY 3/14
3rd Rossa Ryan silk 14. SARATOGA GOLD 20/121
J: George Rooke (3)  
13 ran. NRs: 7 


1st Daniel Muscutt silk 7. MELLYS FLYER 9/25.5
2nd Oisin Murphy silk 4. KINGSHOLM (IRE) 11/43.75f
3rd Charles Bishop silk 3 1. KENDERGARTEN KOP (IRE) 17/29.5
T: George Scott  
11 ran. NRs: 10 


1st Hector Crouch silk 1. WHOPUTFIFTYINYOU (IRE) 13/82.62
2nd Joe Fanning silk ½ 8. SHARESA (IRE) 4/15
3rd Oisin Murphy silk 2. ANTIPHON (IRE) 10/111.9f
T: Clive Cox  
All 8 ran.


1st Rossa Ryan silk 3. BUSBY (IRE) 10/34.33jf
2nd Oisin Murphy silk 5. HEADLEY GEORGE (IRE) 4/15
3rd Rob Hornby silk ¾ 7. HELLAVAPACE 11/112
J: Rossa Ryan  
T: Philip Kirby  
All 14 ran.


1st Thore Hammer Hansen silk 11. EPIC EXPRESS 9/25.5
2nd Louis Steward silk ¾ 2. BEARWITH 5/42.25f
3rd Oisin Murphy silk 8. DIAMONDS AT DUSK 14/115
T: Chris Dwyer  
13 ran. NRs: 1 


1st David Allan silk 9. BIRKENHEAD 5/16jf
2nd Paul Mulrennan silk hd 12. LORD OF THE GLEN 6/17
3rd Theodore Ladd silk 6. FOR PEAT'S SAKE 18/119
J: David Allan  
T: Les Eyre  
12 ran. NRs: 14  4 


1st Adam Farragher silk 1. HURRY UP HEDLEY (IRE) 1/12f
2nd Silvestre De Sousa silk sh 3. AURELIA GOLD 7/18
3rd Pat Cosgrave silk ¾ 9. MIDGETONAMISSION (IRE) 17/29.5
J: Adam Farragher (5)  
All 14 ran.


1st Martin Dwyer silk 5. SHECANDOO 14/115
2nd Jamie Spencer silk 2 2. SHAMAROUSKI (IRE) 11/43.75f
3rd George Wood silk ns 4. MISS BELLA BRAND 7/24.5
J: Martin Dwyer  
T: Conrad Allen  
13 ran. NRs: 13  14  15 
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