Who To Follow On Day Two Of The St Leger Meeting - 09/09/21

Horse To Follow - Inspiral

One of the feature events of the afternoon at Town Moor is the Group Two May Hill Stakes over a mile and we can't look past Inspiral for John & Thady Gosden.

The Cheveley Park Stud owned juvenile is one of the most inexperienced horses in the field, but obviously holds bundles of ability off the back of her debut.

The daughter of Frankel on debut was seen landing a seven furlong event on good to firm at Newmarket in superb style, with the second and third in that race since going on to frank it.

She then went onto boost that form line herself last time out stepping up to Listed company and being a standout winner of the Star Stakes at Sandown.

The filly looks highly progressive and deserves her chance in this field and if handling the extra furlong, which she looks like she will then she should make it 3/3 for her career.Yard won the race last year.

Trainer To Follow - Roger Varian

Roger Varian could be set for a big day at Town Moor on Thursday with some nice chances in the bigger races across the day and for that reason we have put him up as the trainer to follow.

His big chance of the day comes in the £200,000 2-Y-O Stakes with Jazz Club looking to back up his emphatic win at Windsor last time out.

Another big runner for the yard comes in the Park Hill Fillies' Stakes with the Chalice Stakes winner Save A Forest stepping up in trip for the Group Two event.

Jockey To Follow - William Buick

one of the best jockeys in the world, William Buick heads into the second day of the Town Moor meeting with some great chances and also in some peak form.

The rider in the second race of the day sits on Summer's Day in the Fillies' Nursery who holds leading claims and then in the Park Hill Stakes teams up with the inform Ed Walker to ride outsider Glenartney, who looks massively overpriced.

Buick's best chance of a winner comes in the Class 2 Handicap over seven furlongs with Modern News looking like a class above this field.

The Norwegian rider heads into the day running at a 22% strike rate for the last two weeks, having landed 17 winners from 77 rides.