SLIP STREAM THE ONE TO BEAT

Charlie Health| December 11, 2010

It looks like ‘all over bar the shouting’, when it comes to race six, which is the feature Diamonds International/Montblanc Female Challenge Stakes & Trophy, for West Indian bred 2-year-olds fillies, going 1100 metres.

The race is one of two feature races on the Barbados Turf Club’s eight race card. The Sir Charles & Lady Williams owned flying filly, trained by Andrew Nunes, has already caught the attention of race fans, which is due to her exceptional speed at such a young age.

The experience of Lune De Barachois and Queen Of Hearts, could see them fighting for the minor placings. Red October has been pleasing her connections at gallops, but she would have to come up with a big run first time out to turn back Slips Stream.

The Colts division of the race is race four on the card, and with the withdrawal of Must Be In The Money, the race could end up in a straight fight between the Lord Michael Taylor owned, Andy Ward trained pair of Island Memories, and Istanbul. Jack Is back should be their danger.

A small field of four will face the starter in the days first race, where Amanyara is beautifully handicapped at 113 pounds. She will also receive a three pound apprentice claim with Kyle Carter, which should give her an outstanding chance. Rush Cutter could be the danger to

Amanyara, but being asked to give her 17 pounds, is a big ask.

In race two, Uneverno, Double Dagger and Sweet Harmony, could be the ones to follow.

Reward Me, did not seem to act on the ground last time out, and could make amends here in race three, while Grace Chapel, Bram Stoker and Erados, could be the others to watch.

In race five, Super Dancer has drawn one, and could be the one to catch. Good runs are expected from Uncle Jerry, Zaltarr,and Washbrook.In race seven, Fredrica, Prince Of Groves, Fuh Real, and Habibti could be the ones to make up the superfecta combination. The ones to follow in the final race, could be Deal Or No Deal, Que Pasa, and Summer Star if she gets into the race.