14:20 Nottingham Sun 10 June 2018
Dawn Approach colt who cost 170,000 gns as a two-year-old and is from a good staying family. Clear signs of ability on both starts so far and a similar level of form will put him in the mix for sure.
Foxwedge gelding, fifth foal. Half-brother to Monsieur Jimmy and Buffalo Blues. Dam was a winner of 5f & 6f including as a two-year-old. Market good guide on debut.
Erhaab gelding. First foal. Dam was unraced but closely relatedt o Group 1 winner Rakti. Yard currently 0/3 with juveniles this year and may need the experience.
Colt by Teofilo, in trouble from the halfway stage in Newbury debut (1m, good to soft) in April. Showed more at Chelmsford (1m, AW) last time and better expected.
Pastorius gelding, cost €20,000 as a yearling. Didn't get the best of runs when sent off 11/10 fav at Wetherby last month and could only manage 4th. Should come on for that run and type to do better.
Declaration Of War filly who cost €350,000 as a yearling. Slowly away and ran green on debut back in October. Visor goes on for reappearance here and likely to be much more streetwise. Market support significant.
Huge prices and beaten a long way on both starts to date. Likely to be much better suited to handicaps on the back of this,
Last Year's Winner
Honey Man (4/6), Team Decision (9/4), Zatorius (6/1), Make Haste Slowly (12/1), Chute Causeway (16/1), Collegiate (20/1), Speedy Lost Sock (50/1), Foxy Locks (100/1), Maximum Vision (100/1)
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