13:35 Newcastle Wed 4 January 2017
Finished last of six last time on debut and having not made the racecourse until the back end of her three-year-old season, she seems best watched for now.
Showed little in one start for David Lanigan but entitled to progress. Cost plenty as a foal and as a yearling so may have more to come and trainer does well with horses having first start for their yard after a switch.
Cost 15,000 Gns as a yearling and jockey has a good record at this course. Trainer has a smart record with horses making debut so interesting how he fares with stablemate.
Showed some promise on debut but failed to follow that up at this course last time and handicaps would appear to be a more obvious route for him.
Trainer has a good record at this course but this son of Sixties Icon has already been gelded. Bought cheaply as a yearling and opposable unless market says otherwise.
Performed with credit last time out, finishing second to an odds on shot stablemate who looks like a useful type. Should be at the business end and trainer/jockey combination have a strong record at the course.
Cost €29,000 as a yearling and trainer has an excellent record with debutantes on the AW, interesting to see how he fares in the market with yards other runner.
Trainer's debutantes usually come on markedly for their first run and probably wants a sharper test than this.
Likely to come on plenty for her debut run at Kempton and trainers runners sent to this track have to be respected. Leading contender.
Daughter of Frankel whose dam was Oaks winner Ramruma. Outstanding pedigree and trainer has a respectable record with debutantes. No fancies entries but has to be the one to beat.
Last Year's Winner
Dubaitwentytwenty (15/8), Oxford Thinking (9/4), Touch Of Paradise (3/1), Cartavio (6/1), Spiritofhayton (25/1), Crindle Carr (40/1), Elite Icon (66/1), Dreamofdiscovery (80/1), Scannermandango (100/1), What's Up Walter (100/1)
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