17:20 Windsor Mon 21 August 2017
Made a winning debut over 6f at Goodwood (good) in early June. Lack of a run since is a concern and he is one to note as he bids to maintain his unbeaten record.
Unraced son of Sir Prancealot and purchased for £33,000 at the breeze-up sales in April. Full-brother to five time winner Sir Plato and worth a check in the market on debut.
Narrowly touched off when making his debut on heavy ground at Nottingham over this trip earlier this month. Ground today likely to be a lot quicker than on that occasion and he is an interesting runner here.
Unraced son of Society Rock and an expensive €160,000 purchase at the breeze-up sales in May. Half-brother to Listed winning sprinter Evil Spell and represents a leading stable here.
Couple of fair efforts so far but beat just two rivals home when finishing seventh at Chepstow (good) last time and likely more needed if he's to take this.
Well held in two maiden races over 6f so far most recently on the AW at Lingfield a month ago. Others make more appeal in this contest.
Unraced Swiss Spirit filly purchased cheaply for 3,000gns as a foal in November 2015. Half-sister to winning sprinter Four Dragons and represents a leading stable on debut.
Well held fifth when making her debut over 5f here on good ground in May. Unseen since and probably best watched tackling this trip for the first time.
Unraced home-bred daughter of Dick Turpin and a half-sister to winner Kath's Legacy. Rare two-year-old runner for a stable who are 0/8 with their juveniles in recent seasons.
Signs of ability when finishing 13L sixth over this distance at Chepstow (good) on her racecourse debut last month. Needs to step up on that if she's to take this.
Last Year's Winner
Qianlong (13/8), Snazzy Jazzy (11/4), Society Power (7/2), Rozanne (9/2), Blackheath (8/1), Heidi (17/2), Graffitista (20/1), Count Otto (20/1), Pastamakesufaster (33/1), Swissal (66/1), Hollie's Dream (66/1), Kath's Lustre (100/1)
- Snazzy Jazzy
- Society Power
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