Fayreway Salisbury, June 10, 4th
Martyn Meade has a large team of juveniles this season, and has already had a winner from those seen so far. This filly can add to the tally sooner rather than later, and ran very encouragingly against the rail. Having made good ground up from the rear for David Probert she just tired late on but was still first home of those making their debut.
Prize Exhibit Lingfield, June 10, 4th
Unlucky not to have got much closer, this was a very encouraging debut and this filly can make her mark in similar company. Always travelling nicely for Racheal Kneller, Prize Exhibit was unable to find a clear run on a couple of occasions and had to switch round runners, doing well to only be beaten two lengths by the winner. With a clearer passage next time she can go much closer.
Henley Nottingham, June 12, 5th
William Jarvis has only had one other juvenile runner so far this season, which has already won, and the signs from this colt's debut were that he is up to taking a maiden as well. Alertly away, Henley was always up with the pace, and jockey Graham Lee gave him a nice education, only using the whip once. Not beaten far, with normal progression he can find a race.
Super Quick York, June 14, 5th
Given her middle distance pedigree, this Richard Fahey-trained filly showed a good amount of speed to not be beaten far over 6f, and there should be plenty more to come. Always up with the pace, she kept going right to the line in what looked a fair maiden, and should have lots to offer with connections of the opinion she will be better with an extra furlong.