14:35 Sandown Wed 20 September 2017
Cost $335,000 as a two-year-old and is the first foal of an unraced dam. Beat a modest lot on his Windsor debut (5f) and picks up a 5lb penalty for it. Bred to be better suited by this longer trip and rider 73-255 for the yard.
Slaughtered an average bunch on his Yarmouth debut but looked a top-class prospect in the making. Rider has a 30% strike rate on the yard's juveniles and he looks the one to beat. Stable took this in 2015.
Cheeky winner of a Lingfield maiden and has more on his plate here. Receives a useful weight allowance from his principal rivals and that makes him a threat with more improvement likely.
Dubawi colt, full-brother to Alnashama. Dam a 1,000 Guineas winner in these colours for trainer's father. Well beaten on debut but likely to do better given more time and still holds a Group 2 entry. Stable took this last year.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Rebel De Lope||2||8-12||13/2||Full Result|
|T: C HillsJ: J P Spencer|
Il Primo Sole (4/7), Last Voyage (7/2), Algam (11/2), Wafy (13/2), Ragstone Road (11/1)
- Il Primo Sole
- Last Voyage
- Ragstone Road
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