19:15 Newcastle Fri 9 February 2018
Son of the yard's speedy filly Annie Beach and fulfilled early promise by beating a modest lot in a Southwell maiden last month. Faces a much stiffer task here, but the best is probably still to come.
Takes a keen hold which may be a problem in this small field off a career high mark. Has won his last two here and should again account for Lord Of The Glen. Beaten since at Kempton, where he lost a shoe, but chances of a recovery on this surface.
Course form figures read 2,1,2,1,2 so that sequence will raise hopes. Flattered by his proximity to Wiff Waff in another three-runner race last month, but worth noting his victories have come on the only occasions he has set off in front.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Wild Approach||3||8-7||9/2||Full Result|
|T: R M H CowellJ: L Morris|
Wiff Waff (6/4), Kodi Beach (7/4), Lord Of The Glen (2/1)
- Wiff Waff
- Lord Of The Glen
- Kodi Beach
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