14:05 Nottingham Sat 12 May 2018
Ran well when finishing fifth over 7f at Wolverhampton on debut last time out. Interesting to see how he fares dropping in trip on turf debut.
Made a winning debut over this trip at Leicester (good) in August last year. Absent since and likely to prove hard to beat under a penalty on his seasonal reappearance.
Well held last of 17 when making her debut at Doncaster (6f, soft) recently. Others make more appeal in this.
Unraced home-bred gelded son of Oasis Dream and a half-brother to the stables winner Trilliant. Market support would be interesting on racecourse debut.
Unraced gelding by Equiano purchased for just £1,500 as a yearling in October 2016. Half-brother to a winner but probably best watched on debut.
Gelded since finishing last of nine in a 6f novice contest at Kempton on debut last October. Making his seasonal debut in this.
Decent efforts in two 7f Kempton novice contests this spring including when fourth there last time out. One to note dropping in trip.
Finished sixth on both starts so far most recently when beaten 6L in a 7f maiden at Newmarket (good-to-soft) last month. Dropping in trip on this occasion.
Ran well to finish 1½L fourth in a 7f novice contest on the AW at Lingfield last month. Bred to be a sprinter and he is an interesting contender on his first start over this trip.
Well beaten last of seven when making her debut at Chelmsford (6f) last October. Others make more appeal on seasonal reappearance.
Good effort to finish fourth over 6f at Wolverhampton on debut last month. Interesting to see if she can build on that in this contest.
Well held when contesting a 6f Doncaster (soft) novice contest on debut last month. Others have more obvious claims in this.
Last Year's Winner
Tabdeed (1/1), The Establishment (7/2), Prevent (6/1), Pivotal Man (7/1), Qatar Glory (14/1), Akbar Shah (16/1), Invisible Storm (20/1), Master Poet (33/1), Calin's Lad (50/1), Denham (50/1), Excel Mate (80/1), Jean Excels (100/1)
- Pivotal Man
- Qatar Glory
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