Thoughts on Sognatore

Sognatore runs this afternoon in the 4:15 at Kempton Park. Adam McNamara is aboard the gelding in the seven furlongs Maiden Stakes. They are drawn in stall 8. Sognatore put up reasonable performances on his first two starts but wasn’t particularly well behaved on his second start in the stalls and quite free in the race. He has been gelded for his efforts which should make life easier for his rider. He possesses ability so the focus is very much on getting him to channel it the right way.

Adam McNamara aboard Sognatore

Moraaheq sets the standard. The form of his most recent run has worked out well he had horses in front and behind him that since have won maidens and novice races. He returns after a 120 absence and is an unusual runner for the owner at this time of year. There are a couple of newcomers that could be dangerous; Bachau was an expensive yearling and boasts a decent pedigree. Regent is a beautifully bred filly that will likely want further in time. If, however, class comes through she may be a cut above the rest. Dark White ran well on his debut for a long way against some very classy looking types and now drops back to seven furlongs, so shouldn’t be discounted.

Sognatore races for Capture The Moment and Crowd Racing. He is by Vadamos, out of the Dalakhani mare, Of Course Darling. Sogantore will be led up by yard manager, Lauren Webb who rides the gelding regularly and overseen by travelling manager, Shaun Johnson.

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