Three Horses To Follow From Newbury On Sunday

Snow Lantern

Snow Lantern on Sunday for the inform Richard Hannon was a big eye-catcher with the daughter of Frankel out of 1000 Guineas winner Sky Lantern, looks to have a huge future.

Having been seen once as a juvenile last term finishing second in a smart event at Ascot, she bounced back for her first run of this season in a strong maiden over a mile and the extra furlong seemed to bring the best out of her.

Second favourite to Derab, who looks to be an exciting half brother to Enable, the filly went away from the boys in final stages to cement her place in the 1000 Guineas betting market.

The quick ground played to her strengths whilst also showing speed and stamina over her first try of a mile.

The performance was one of the most taking in that division so far this season and she is worth adding in your trackers for this season.

Al Aasy

One of the performances of the weekend came in the Group Three Surprise Stakes when the William Haggas trained Al Aasy firmly put his name in the hat for the big middle distance events later on in the season.

The four year old last year showed serious ability when winning back to back races at Newmarket over 12 and 13 furlongs, but went to Glorious Goodwood after that and flopped.

Many might have given up on the Sea The Stars colt after that, but on Sunday he stepped up for the Group Three event and ran out a very easy 4 1/2 lengths winner.

Haggas has a good set of horses in this division and Al Aasy may be the horse to take over the reigns from Addeybb.


The final horse from Newbury that we believe deserves to go in the tracker is Chindit, who was a superstar last year and has returned a year older being just as good, if not better.

The son of Wootton Bassett started his career off at Doncaster when landing a decent maiden and off the back of that scored again at Ascot in July.

The form of that race was been massively franked with the Second, Third and Fourth from that race since going on to win in nice company.

Chindit on his second to last run showed how good he could really be when taking his first Group race at Doncaster in the Group Two Champagne Stakes.

Before his seasonal debut at the weekend, he was last seen as a juvenile in the Group One Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket when running no sort of race in classy company only being able to grab ninth.

He seems to be a much more experienced horse managing to grit out his win in determinded fashion and he is only likely to come on for that run says his trainer Richard Hannon.

Big 2000 Guineas player for the British.