Racing: Nunthorpe juveniles
Monday 17 August 1998
However, Bryan McMahon is committed to running his juvenile Perugino Bay. McMahon is hoping for the best from Perugino Bay, winner of a nursery at York last month.
Both trainers will saddle older horses, with Berry full of hope King's Stand Stakes winner Bolshoi can put a poor run at Chester behind him. McMahon hopes his Palace House Stakes winner Yorkies Boy can also bounce back from a modest effort at Chester.
William Hill make John Dunlop's July Cup winner Elnadim the 6-4 favourite.
William Hill: 6-4 Elnadim, 7-2 Arkadian Hero, 5-1 Land Of Dreams, 10- 1 Lochangel, 11-1 Bolshoi, 12-1 Bollin Joanne, Sainte Marine, 16-1 Bishops Court, 20-1 My Best Valentine, 25-1 Speedy James, 33-1 Averti, Easycall, Yorkies Boy, 40-1 Dashing Blue, Rambling Bear, 50-1 Almaty, 66-1 Perugino Bay
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