Thoughts on Alaskan Phantom at Windsor today

Alaskan Phantom heads to Windsor this evening (11th of May) for the 5.50. James Doyle takes the ride in the five furlong fillies maiden. Alaskan Phantom ran a race full of promise on debut, after missing the break she picked up well during the race to finish second to a well regarded filly. She has done some stalls practice since then and should break a lot more sharply today. The form of that race worked out quiet well, the winner finished second in a higher grade next time out, whilst the fifth has won a maiden and the sixth wasn’t beaten very far at Ascot on Friday in what is traditionally a warm maiden.

There isn’t a whole lot of form to go on amongst those that have run and one would expect the main threat to come form amongst the newcomers. Tears in my Eyes was an expensive yearling and is bred to be suited by these conditions, as is Miss Moneypenny.

Alaskan Phantom