KINGSTON, Jamaica – This three-year-old maiden contest (six furlongs) is confined to fillies only.
It is a wide-open affair, with the winner can emerge from any of the ten declared to start on Saturday, November 26, 2022.
The Quick Galloper’s assessment is given below.
1 – CODE OF CONDUCT is a bay filly (February 3) by Midnight Hawk out of Amicable. Signalled some progress when finishing fourth at the same distance on November 12. Code of Conduct not known as a speedster will find it difficult to race from the one draw. Note, Code of Conduct races with the visor on.
2 – DANCING WITH A CAT is a bay filly (April 23) by Emperor Hall out of Dancing Wizard. Still trying to find a way at this level.
3 – OOH SO LONG is a bay filly (May 27) by Force De Jour out of Oolong. Of late, can easily be described as Miss Consistency. Ooh So Long now finds the perfect distance against moderate rivals making a win the likely outcome.
4 – RISKY BID is a bay filly (Jan 19) by Blue Pepsi Lodge out of Zensational. Finished a close third behind Givemethelight, and Blue Persuasion. Risky Bid will find six furlongs to his liking, and as such is a serious winning contender.
5 – PRINCIPAL TIFFANY is a bay filly (April 28) by Silent Valour out of Our Dreams. Will gain from the experience.
6 – ANOTHER WAVE is a bay filly (February 27) by Savoy Stomp out of High Cube. Given her dependability, Another Wave has a shot of finishing in the top three.
7 – YOU AND I is a dark bay filly (May 5) by Here Comes Ben out of Appassionata. Has no realistic chance of winning or hitting the board. Note, You and I races with the visor and tongue tie off.
8 – KETURAH is a bay filly (April 14) is a bay filly (April 14) by Legal Process out of Kalamata. Will have to settle for a possible minor placing.
9 – ZION’S PRINCESS is a bay filly (April 25) by Midnight Hawk out of Lookatmenow. A disappointment to date, with nothing expected to change. Note, races with the visor off, and the figure 8 on.
10 – NEVER ON A SUNDAY is a bay filly (April 20) by Midnight Hawk out of Kenzie’s Charm. Has been lurking for a while now, usually well-positioned before losing steam in the latter stages. On Saturday, Never On A Sunday, drawn clear on the outside, with the distance coming down to six furlongs, has a glorious opportunity of getting off the mark. Note, Never ON Sunday races with the tongue tie on.