17:50 Windsor Mon 14 May 2018
Maiden winner at Bath (5f, good) on debut early this month, open to making further progress and yard going well, should be there when it counts.
Debut winner of similar trip at Brighton 13 days ago and that form already boosted by the runner-up coming out to win at Chester last week. Not hard to make case for.
US bred, with plenty speed in pedigree, slowly away on debut at Yarmouth (5f, soft) on debut but still managed to get third spot. Can go well if breaking better.
A €34,000 foal, resold for €60,000 as a yearling this Dandy Man colt promises to stay a bit further than this trip, but represents leading handler on debut and wouldn't dismissing.
Poet's Voice colt cost 36,000 gns and is a half-brother to two-year-old 6f winner Ertiyad. Facing a couple of winners on debut and market likely to tell more.
Sent off 22/1 on debut at Leicester over this trip and finished fourth of six, beaten close to 6L on heavy going. Capable of improving, though perhaps not enough to win today.
A €37,000 Lethal Force colt, should prove capable of leaving his mark before long, trainer not firing first-time-out winners of late and presence of two winners make this look tough.
Cost £44,000 as a yearling. Sent off at 7/1 but struggled to get involved at Bath (5f, good) on debut. Much more needed to play a hand today.
Society Rock filly, represents trainer who is just 1-66 with two-year-olds over the previous 12 months and a shock should she double that tally now.
War Command filly and a half-sister to a winner over 6f. This yard not renowned for their record in these types of races, however.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Last Voyage||2||9-2||11/10||Full Result|
|T: C ApplebyJ: W Buick|
Big Boots (7/4), James Watt (2/1), Adam Tiler (5/1), Dancing Speed (8/1), Prince of Rome (16/1), Li Kui (25/1), Temple of Wonder (33/1), Made In Lewisham (33/1), Nananita (50/1), Ever Rock (100/1)
- James Watt
- Big Boots
- Adam Tiler
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