18:35 Sandown Thu 24 May 2018
US bred, with plenty speed in pedigree but needs a much improved effort than his second at Windsor last time out to be effective in this company.
Exciting prospect who confirmed the promise of his debut at Windsor with a comfortable success at Yarmouth last time. More to come and low draw always a bonus on the sprint track here.
Invincible Spirit colt, half-brother to Listed winner and dam a Group 3 winner as a juvenile and half-sister to US Grade 1 winner. Won two of his three starts and impressive when winning a Class 3 at Ascot last time over this trip. Draw not ideal.
Sixties Icon colt has won both stats on turf over 5f at Bath and Ripon having just gone down narrowly on debut at Kempton on the AW. Yard in good form at present and should be right there if he improves again.
Lethal Force colt, cost 85,000 gns as a yearling. Half-brother to four winners, largely over sprint trips and dam a Group winning sprinter. Defied a slow start at Newmarket on debut and was a little green in the closing stages, expected to improve.
Winner at Newcastle on debut last month and plenty to like about the way he quickened up from off the pace. Interesting he's dropped in at this level on just his second start and not dismissed.
Dick Turpin colt whose dam was a 5f winner. Could hardly have been more impressive when winning by 7L at Thirsk on debut and the placed rivals have come out and franked the form to some extent since. Fascinating runner.
Improved from debut at Bath to win in France next time and ran with credit back over there last time out. A little more exposed than most here though and will need to improve.
Dandy Man filly, cost £24,000 as a yearling. Runner-up at Brighton on debut but made no mistake at Chester earlier this month, impressively defying a slow start. Sure to be more to come.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Havana Grey||2||9-3||5/1||Full Result|
|T: K R BurkeJ: P J McDonald|
Vintage Brut (7/2), Blown By Wind (7/2), Kinks (4/1), Konchek (9/2), Sabre (8/1), Wedding Date (9/1), Artair (11/1), Nakakande (40/1), Adam Tiler (40/1)
- Vintage Brut
- Wedding Date
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