18:20 Doncaster Sat 19 May 2018
Society Rock colt, cost 22,000 gns as a yearling. Has run well and to a similar level in both starts to date and should be competitive again.
Son of Sir Prancealot who has speed on both sides of pedigree. Stable going well and should be noted in the betting.
Big odds and well beaten in both runs so far and best watched at present.
Stable has made a good start with their two-year-olds this year and looks a likely type on debut. Market should be informative.
Ran well for a long way on debut and entitled to improve. Bit to find with Victory Command. but with progress can be competitive.
Cost £28,000 as a yearling and stable capable of readying a newcomer. Plenty of speed in pedigree and worth a check in the betting.
Already gelded before being well beaten on debut. Best watched.
Cost just £4,000 as a yearling. First foal from unraced dam. No promise on debut when green and tailed-off.
Only cost £4,000 as a yearling but has speed in pedigree on debut. Trainer's runners tend to improve for the run.
War Command colt who cost 6,000gns as a yearling and a half-brother to a number of winners including at Group 2 level. Showed plenty on debut and stable's runners progress with each run. Looks the one to beat on known form.
Daughter of Dandy Man so bred to have plenty of speed. Looks a likely type on paper for good yard and market support would be significant.
Cost £6,000 as a yearling and has speed on both sides of pedigree. Stable does well with juveniles here but are having a quiet spell. Market may provide the best guide.
Same connections as No Diggity and also on debut. Likely to improve with experience and over further.
Last Year's Winner
|10||Holy Tiber||2||8-11||20/1||Full Result|
|T: George ScottJ: S Donohoe|
Victory Command (3/1), Aurag (4/1), Stay Classy (9/2), Arcadian Rocks (13/2), Oberyn Martell (8/1), Hawayel (14/1), Bungle Billy (16/1), Hurricane Speed (18/1), Mazeo Lad (25/1), Capla Gilda (25/1), No Diggity (25/1), Blazing Dreams (33/1), Cemetry Wall (33/1)
- Victory Command
- Mazeo Lad
- Arcadian Rocks
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