SCOTTISH STAR is to make the short journey to the Newmarket July Racecourse on Wednesday to run in a 7 furlong maiden at the main July meeting. He ran well at Kempton on his racecourse debut as he got severely bumped coming out of the stalls and ended up being too far back but he finished well and showed a good attitude. Historically it is a hot maiden but he is a nice horse and won't be disgraced. If he gets a better run and handles the ground you could see him running into a place. James sees him as a horse with a future.
GENEVA GEYSER is making a quick reappearance at Windosr tonight. He had a relaxing Sunday, 2 sessions out in the pen, and went for a trot this morning, he seems fresh and well so there seems little to lose. Having won by 5 lengths on Saturday the handicapper is bound to give him a hefty rise in the weights so it is worth trying to win again with a penalty. He does have to give away lumps of weight to the only 3 year old in the race, Abergavenny, but he was giving weight away on Saturday too. There are only 6 runners and quick ground, both key factors for him. Although there are no other confirmed front runners in the race they might not give him such a soft lead tonight but his regular jockey Micky Fenton is on board again and really knows how to get the best out of this horse.