14:10 Beverley Tue 15 May 2018
The joint most experienced in this field having already having two runs with the improvement coming from run one to two. Well-fancied on both starts he possibly didn't handle the heavy ground on debut before getting hampered as an odds-on shot last t
Price improved by €5,000 from foal to yearling and he's closely related to several winners including a couple of 5f juvenile winners. Yard yet to have a juvenile winner this season (0/7); has the plum draw on debut.
Already has a couple of runs to his name but didn't improve from his debut when switched to turf for his second run (behind Deep Intrigue) at Musselburgh. Yard are off the mark in this sphere for the season and may do better yet.
Stable have had a winning two-year-old debutante here this year (Rockin Roy) and he's a half-brother to winning sprinter Flying Bear (including as a juvenile). Interesting debutante who know how to handle two-year-olds.
First foal out of dam who was a 7f AW winner as a juvenile and is a half-sister to other winners. Just the second two-year-old runner for the yard this season.
Stable off to a decent start with their two-year-olds and this one is a half-brother to three winners including Cekath (winning juvenile). Dam only ran once and he's nicely drawn in stall 2 for his debut.
The only filly in the field she went with little encouragement on her debut at Thirsk (5f, soft); ran green and was always behind. She bred more for stamina than speed on the dam's side and she's landed an awkward wide draw here.
Last Year's Winner
|11||Lord Riddiford||2||9-2||8/1||Full Result|
|T: J J QuinnJ: Jason Hart|
Deep Intrigue (4/7), Quiet Endeavour (3/1), Vange (6/1), Leodis Dream (6/1), Moojim (10/1), Lads Order (25/1), Sirius Slew (25/1), Brambling (33/1), Champagne Clouds (33/1)
- Deep Intrigue
- Quiet Endeavour
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