Tonight's action: three runners who catch the eye across the meetings
The summer rolls on and, while it is not as hot as it has been, there is plenty of racing to heat us up this evening. Here are three runners worth keeping an eye on . . .
This time next week trainer Michael Bell, jockey Silvestre de Sousa and owners Bill and Tim Gredley will be gearing up for the return of the exciting Pretty Pollyanna in the Prix Morny at Deauville.
The filly, who runson Sunday week, was an impressive winneron the July courseat Newmarket, where Allmankind made his debut when running well behind the classy Al Hilalee.
The hood he wore on his debut is retained and the difference between him and odd-on favourite Machell Place (who was just in front of Allmankind at Newmarket) may not be as stark as the betting suggests.
A horse with a pedigree that makes you go ‘oooooo’ as he is by Frankel out of a Listed-winning mare who has produced a number of smart performers.
Fronsac was a naughty boy on his scheduled debut in December, getting withdrawn having been unruly to post at Wolverhampton.
After a hiatus of eight months he is back and it will be fascinating to see whether he can get his mind on the job and live up to his striking breeding.
Making her handicap debut off a mark of 68 in the final race on a Wednesday night at Sligo might not have been what was envisaged for this filly when she was born.
By Rock Of Gibraltar and from the family of Zarkarva, Zarena was put in her place on her most recent start but switches to handicaps off what should be a reasonable mark.
Trainer Dermot Weld has had two winners from six runners at Sligo this season and it would be a surprise if Zarena did not go close to adding to that tally.
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