18:25 Kempton Wed 23 May 2018
Showed very little in bumpers and struggled in his Flat runs at Lingfield and Windsor so far, tending to race a bit freely. Makes little appeal here.
Improving sort, landed a 16-runner Lingfield novice contest over this trip 12 days ago, looks a leading contender in follow-up bid.
Just the two runs, showed a bit more last time at Windsor over a mile and wasn't given a particularly hard time. Should improve on AW bow.
A 27,000 gns yearling the Campanologist gelding is a half-brother to useful two-year-old mile winner Diamond Dove. Worth a look on debut for this trainer.
Son of Dream Ahead (out of a 5f winner) took a backwards step on second start at Thirsk (6f, good to soft) early this month. Had previously run well on Lingfield's AW.
Bated Breath colt cost 30,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-brother to useful winner up to 1m1f Chicadoro, worth paying attention on debut outing for Roger Varian.
Gelded son of Harbour Watch who fetched €120,000 as a foal and is from the family of 1m Listed winner Hymn Of Love, runner-up on debut at Goodwood (7f, soft) this month. Likely in the mix again.
Gelded son of Equiano who fetched 20,000 gns as a yearling and is a brother to 7f two-year-old winner Sea Shack, finished last in Goodwood debut this month over 7f (soft).
Casamento filly is a half-sister to 1m winner Dubai In Bloom, looks a decent starting point in terms of trip, though may be best watched on debut unless market vibes are positive.
Archipenko half-sister to a few winners, including the Listed-placed Realize, some promise shown in never-neared fifth at Lingfield (6f, good to soft) on debut, could build on that today.
Last Year's Winner
Jawwaal (1/2), Motajaasid (7/2), Kaanoon (7/1), Dream Catching (10/1), Tiara Gold (14/1), Hilight (16/1), Climb Aboard (25/1), Dories Delight (25/1), Tin Fandango (33/1), Distant Chimes (40/1), Sea Millions (40/1), Roodeparis (50/1), Amanda's Teddy (100/1), Crystal Blade (100/1)
- Tiara Gold
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