Today’s Lambourn Trainers’ Quotes

We aim to receive all the Lambourn trainers’ quotes by 10:30am (subject to trainers’ availability).

Prices are correct at time of publishing.







Bath

Going: Good  First race: 2.30

2:30

Bright Era

Stan Moore

Bright Era will like the ground, but really has not progressed.

2:30

Marrakesh Dawn

Mark Usher

Marrakesh Dawn works better than she has run. Would not rule out a place at a huge price.

3:00

Funalltheway

Stan Moore

Funalltheway ran to fresh and free last week but probably will be better off when handicapped.

4:30

Russian Rumour

Jonathan Portman

Russiam Rumour would not have wanted to see ground drying out but can still get involved.

5:30

Monks Mead

Mark Usher

Monks Mead is in good form and should have a good each-way chance.



























Ffos Las

Going: Good to soft  First race: 6.30

7:00

Havana Club

Warren Greatrex

7:00

Secret Mission

William Muir & Chris Grassick

Secret Mission is a nice type and goes well, this is his first run and you never know how they are going to act.

8:30

Jolty Jem

William Muir & Chris Grassick

Jolty Jem is very well and will like the track, like the ground and m hopeful he will go close.


























































Uttoxeter

Going: Soft  First race: 2.10

2:10

Value Added

Jamie Snowden

Out of an unraced half-sister to the 2m Group 3 winner Shemima and Listed winners Shemala and Shemaya, out of a French Oaks winner, there is stamina in her pedigree. She was rated as high as 85 on the flat over a mile, but with the stamina in her pedigree, she looks as though she'll stay 2m over hurdles. She jumped well on hurdling debut but a mistake at the last stopped her from being placed. She was a bit keen when 3rd last time out and this drop in trip looks the right move. She's capable of winning a race of this type providing the ground isn't too soft here.

2:10

O’Grady’s Hill

Harry Derham

She’s run two excellent races finishing runner up the last twice, firstly in a bumper at Uttoxeter and then a her first run over hurdles for us at Market Rasen. I think she does have a preference for better ground but she’s stays well having had a point to point back ground. She ran a really nice race last time out, jumping very efficiently and if she does the same again today she has another really good chance in a race that she looks capable of being competitive in.

3:40

Scalloway Castle

Jamie Snowden

Out of a half-sister to Always Right who was 3rd in the Scottish National. This Ocovango gelding is a half brother to a couple of useful sorts. However, he had shown nothing in three starts for a different trainer. Having been sent him through the winter, we gave him a wind op, we've been concentrating on relaxing this head strong gelding. He settled well on his two hurdling starts for us over 2m. He was a bit novicey on his chasing debut, but showed a bit of promise there – he will appreciate a bit of cut in the ground, and as he is unexposed he could out run his big odds here.









Yarmouth

Going: Good to soft  First race: 5.07

6:40

Shamrock Bay

Daniel & Claire Kübler

Shamrock Bay makes his debut over seven furlongs, he was purchased a yearling from Goffs Yearling sale. He is by Cable Bay out of Shamandar who was a useful two-year-old sprinter.