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RED SKYE DELIGHT ATTEMPTS TO GO TWO PLACES BETTER AT WOLVERHAMPTON ON TUESDAY.

Red Skye Delight must be a frustrating mare to be connected with. She has gone close to winning on several occasions, but still remains a maiden after 15 attempts,with 12 of those races taking place for two other yards, and the other three for us.

Her last appearance was 36 days ago at Wolverhampton when she probably didn't fully see out the extended mile, but was hanging to her left from over one furlong out. This drop back to seven furlongs will be fine as long as she can overcome the rather tricky stall 10. Jack Garritty is one of the very best jockeys at getting a horse across to the far side rail from a bad draw, as he has shown on The Retriever more than once, and also when steering this mare from stall 12 last time.The race will take place at 5.40.pm.


Good luck to the connections, Miss Rebecca Dennis.

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