14:00 Sandown Wed 20 September 2017
Third at Goodwood last time and the fourth has scored since. Stable form has been picking up in last few days, but this is not a happy hunting ground for them with this age group (1-12 record).
At 800 gns he will be one of the cheapest residents at the yard. Half-brother to Avonmore Star who has won six races for them.
€260,000 son of Iffraaj related to middle-distance performers including dual winner Alfaaris. Likely to have found the easy ground against him on debut and should give a much better account here.
Dubawi half-brother to two-year-old Grade 1 winner Outstrip and dam was a Grade 1 winner over 1m. Sent off joint-favourite on debut but was too green to do himself justice. Holds a Derby entry and yard have had a great year with this age group.
Frankel half-brother to the top-class colt Kingman who hailed from the same yard. Holds no illustrious entries this autumn but is in next year's Derby.
62,000 gns foal, rising to 70,000 gns as a yearling. First foal of a triple 1m winner. Last of nine on debut in a weaker race than this and he has plenty to find.
Looked green on debut and fulfilled that promise next time in a race that has been working out well. Could give a good account at decent odds against rival from the more fashionable yards.
Marginally better last time when Adams Peak was behind in fourth. Travelled well that day but did not find as much off the bridle as expected and probably needs more use made of him. Stable have a good set of youngsters.
Farhh colt, cost £170,000 as a yearling and half-brother to four winners including Listed winner Danehill Destiny. Dam a half-sister to Group 1 winner Where Or When. Only beat one home on debut and that leaves with an awful lot to find.
Redoute's Choice colt with a Derby entry and related to a couple of useful middle-distance performers in France. Looks the stable second string for this and many of the yard's youngsters are needing a run.
Has done little so far and finds himself up against entries for next year's classics. Out of his depth and unlikely the cheekpieces will be enough to spur him on.
Makes limited appeal on pedigree in this company. Stable have been going well but he looks one for the future.
Last Year's Winner
Kitaabaat (9/4), Falcon Eye (7/2), Adams Park (5/1), First Eleven (5/1), Enzemble (6/1), Sevenna Star (7/1), Delsheer (11/1), Homerton (20/1), Unbridled Spirit (33/1), Birthright (50/1), Newborough (66/1), Global Angel (100/1), The Naughty Step (100/1)
- First Eleven
- Adams Park
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