The None Such Sprint Trophy feature is set to highlight a good-looking 10-race programme at Caymanas Park tomorrow.
Despite the low turnout of only six runners in the None Such, the three-year-old and upwards Graded Stakes event over 6 furlongs (1,200m) should still be competitive with the likes of She's A Maneater, who faces old rivals Money Magnet and Another Bullet.
Below is an analysis of the six starters in the None Such.
UNCLE FRANK: (5-y-o dkb. g – Storm Craft – Dusty Milly) – Scored his second win in his last three starts in an Open Allowance event over 7 ½ furlongs (1,500m) on June 29. It was an improved run from the Storm Craft offspring and despite stepping up to the top grade, Uncle Frank will not be disgraced.
ROYAL VIBES: (9-yo-b. g – Royal Minister – November Lace) – Got rid of his rider shortly after leaving the starting gates in a Non-Restricted Overnight Allowance event over the 5-furlong (1,000m) straight course on June 30. However, this versatile sort continues to show up now and then with surprising runs but tomorrow won't be one of those days as Royal Vibes is going to be left way behind.
SHE'S A MANEATER: (5-y-o b. m – Natural Selection – Ahwhofah) – Defeated Will In Charge in the recent Legal Light Trophy feature on May 18 over 9 furlongs and 25 yards (1,820m) to register her second win from three starts this season. She's A Maneater is quite capable of sprinting with victories on numerous occasions. She's A Maneater won this same trophy race last year, beating Chace The Great and Money Magnet by 1 ¼ in a very impressive 1:10.4. She's A Maneater, if she is in the right frame of mind, should be the one carrying home the largest slice of the pie.
ANOTHER BULLET: (7-y-o b. h – Nasheet – Wisely Noted) – Was an upset winner on last at odds of 27-1 when beating Chace The Great by ¾ length in the Lady Geeta Trophy over 6 furlongs on April 20. Another Bullet won in a time of 1:11.3 and in the process had She's A Maneater well behind him in that race. Another Bullet faces She's A Maneater here once again, and despite his proven class and talent, he will have to run out of his skin if he is to repeat.
WINTER IS COMING: (5-y-o dkb. g – Storm Craft – Heart of Gold) — Capable on his day but on this occasion, in this race, Winter Is Coming is going to have a very difficult time getting by all five rivals. Winter Is Coming is a filler in this one, and nothing else.
MONEY MAGNET: (5-y-o ch.m – Nuclear Wayne – Jazzy Jet) – Much-improved Money Magnet is regarded as one of the better middle-distance runners around. Money Magnet is capable enough but beating She's A Maneater, which she has tried on many occasions, might to too much to ask. She has proven from time to time that she can step with the big boys and is expected to run well in this race.