• Ian Ender


CLEAR WHITE LIGHT. 31 January 2016. Dubawi-Dalkova. Owner-Run For Home Racing.

Clear White Light was picked up by Micky at the sales for just £3,000, and the early indications are that he is a bargain. He was bred by Godolphin, but with him being a late developer, they moved him on, as is their policy.Clear White Light's dam is by Galileo, and she was the winner of a seven furlongs Listed event at Galway in 2014, before being retired to the paddocks. His sire is Dubawi,the Irish Guineas winner of 2005, and now the multiple producer of Group winners.

You would think that from his breeding Clear White Light might have stamina issues when running in bumpers over two miles, but in both of his races to date he has kept on at the finish. He made his debut at Newcastle on the all weather in February 2021 under Billy Garritty, and finished a very promising fourth, beaten by two and three quarter lengths, and receiving a Racing Post Rating of 105. He was given a 46 day break, before returning at Newcastle again in March, but this time on the turf. With Connor O'Farrell in the saddle, he was once again doing his best work at the finish, staying on to be second, beaten by one and three quarter lengths, and once again he received a Racing Post Rating of 105.

He may well run in another bumper, but with the turf season upon us, I would imagine he will be turning up in a maiden on the flat shortly. TO BE CONTINUED.

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