Timeform pick out three bets from Salisbury on Sunday…
“…he hails from a yard that has had five winning three-year-old newcomers already this year…”
Timeform on Almoghared
Kadiz hails from a yard with a very ordinary first-time-out record, so the fact she offered plenty when runner-up on debut at Newmarket augurs well here. Indeed, that form leaves her 3 lb clear of the field on weight-adjusted ratings, and she looks sure to know more with that initial experience under her belt. Lady Prancealot tasted success last time, but once-raced pair Ginger Nut and Cotubanama are feared most.
Almoghared very much takes the eye on pedigree, being a half-brother to connections’ Oaks/King George winner Taghrooda, and he hails from a yard that has had five winning three-year-old newcomers already this year. He can make the perfect start to his career before going on to bigger and better things. Billy Ray is going the right way and can give the selection most to do, with Flintrock another newcomer to note.
Champagne Champ has a super record around here (a win and two seconds from four starts) and should be able to dictate things from the front under the highly experienced John Egan, so there’s every chance he’ll run a big race on the back of a couple of respectable efforts. The lightly-raced Precision remains with potential for the Sir Michael Stoute yard and looks best of the rest ahead of the in-form Stanley.