Weekly Eye-Catchers – 08/05/17

Weekly Eye-Catchers – 08/05/17

Weekly Eye-Catchers – 08/05/17

At the start of each week we will be providing you with three eye-catching performances from the previous week of racing. Be it a horse that has bolted up, or one which was unlucky not to be first past the post, we believe over time these will give you a long list of next time out winners.

06/05/17 – Newmarket 14:20 – Marsha

Recent Form Figures: 115211

Giving away 4lb to his rivals, the Sir Mark Prescott trained MARSHA won in good fashion over at Newmarket on Saturday and we believe there is much more to come from the 4-y-o. He was held up for a long way, but Luke Morris managed to manoeuvre him into a clear path before hitting he front within the final furlong. Aidan O’Brien’s Washington DC ran on well, but always looked held by the impressive 10/1 winner.

Over 5f he looks a tough nut to crack, and with two fancy entries in the King’s Stand & Jubilee stakes Elite Racing Club may well have a Group1 winner on their hands come June.

– 6/1 to win the King Stand’s Stakes HERE

06/05/27 – Newmarket 15:35 – Barney Roy

Recent Form Figures: 112

Barney Roy’s run was the one which caught the eye in this year’s 2000 Guineas. Churchill’s win was obviously impressive with no prep run, but the way in which Richard Hannon’s charge finished the race suggests he could well reverse the form next time they meet. Without getting the clearest of runs, James Doyle gradually made headway on-board between Eminent and Lancaster Bomber before fending them off to finish a length second. This horse really could be anything, especially with just 3 races under his belt.

– 10/3 to win the St James’s Palace Stakes HERE

06/05/27 – Doncaster 18:20 – Desert Frost

Recent Form Figures: 1

The final horse to follow from this weekend’s racing is another Godolphin owned colt in Desert Frost. Full-brother to listed winner Birchwood, he is bred to be classy, which was outlined by the way he quickened up to leave Profitable’s half-sister Crafty Madam for dead on her second outing. Saeed Bin Suroor’s prospect doesn’t currently hold any future entries, but we will keep you informed with any updates through our twitter handle @twenclosure.