Joseph O’Brien targets Yarmouth feature with two runners

Joseph O’Brien will break new ground when saddling his first two runners at Yarmouth at the EBF Stallions John Musker Fillies’ Stakes.
The Classic-winning rider-turned-trainer is going to be reflected in the characteristic 10-furlong Listed decoration at the Norfolk monitor by Cnoc An Oir and Snapraeceps.
It will be the second time this year that the two stablemates have raced against each other last month after the group finished down the field at Gowran Park.
O’Brien said:»These are my first runners at the track but it is all about trying to find some black type with them and this race fitted in. They will run.
«They are equally well-bred fillies and are reaching a level where they desire black type now.
«They both ran nice races out last time and this isn’t quite as aggressive as the business they’ve been keeping.
«The excursion is a little farther for both of them but I believe they ought to be OK over it as they are two straightforward fillies.»
Maid For Life has become a model of consistency all year and after finishing second behind the reopposing Gallic on her very first start during the trip at Chelmsford last time outside coach Charlie Fellowes is convinced that the daughter of Nathaniel will turn the tables and also be in the shake up.
Fellowes said:»She should have likely won as she was facing just before the line and after it but just on the line her mind was up.
«She had been carrying a great deal of weight daily and we have a massive swing in the weights with the one that beat her.
«I took her into a course she enjoys to see if she remains the excursion and she’d settled and did everything well and that I had this race in my mind later.
«She’s got a bit to locate with Fanny Logan however we’re taking a look at black type and on evaluations she’s a good chance to get some.»
Among two runners in the race for John Gosden alongside Fanny Logan, connections of time out Chelmsford scorer Inference, expect she can build on that success by taking a step up in class in her stride.
Chris Richardson, racing manager to owners Cheveley Park Stud, stated:»She is a filly that doesn’t do much in your home.
«it’s an opportunity to see where we reside level-wise together with her and she prefers to take her opportunity.
«They have had a little rain but hopefully it hasn’t been too much since she likes top of the floor .»
George Scott is looking forward to giving Moll Davis the opportunity to test her ability at a level that is greater after posting a success in disability company last time out.
Scott said:»She was very unfortunate at Glorious Goodwood and when she had won that race her form would look very powerful. As we saw in Doncaster all of the time is improving.
«I am quite looking forward to see the way she’s taken the step up in quality. So there’s very little concern there, floor will be fine for her.
«At this time we do not have many quality horses at the yard and she’s head and shoulders above all else and if we’ve got a good one she is it I’m expecting her to conduct a wonderful race.»

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