Lara Silvia and Harswell made only modest debut efforts and have plenty of improvement to find. Glasvegas is related to winners over further though Keith Dalgleish’s yard has a decent record with two-year-old runners at the track and he’s preferred to Hot Heir. But Mark Johnston also has a good strike-rate here and MAIN REEF, the second foal of a Group 3 winning sprinter, may well be good enough to make a winning start.
Glasvegas (IRE) Zebedee colt out of Rejuvenation.
Harswell (IRE) 33-1 (9-1) Dwelt close up, ridden and weakened final furlong, 7th of 10, 8 1/4l behind Manolith (9-1) at Ripon 5f stks (4) gf in Apr.
Main Reef Pivotal colt out of Coral Mist.
Hot Heir (IRE) Hot Streak filly out of Maid In Heaven.
Lara Silvia 100-1 (9-0) Tracked leaders, effort over 1f out, faded final furlong, 5th of 13, 6l behind Exclusively (9-0) at Redcar 5f fll stks (5) gd in Apr.