14:00 Salisbury Tue 12 June 2018
Cittyscape colt who cost £23,000 at Ascot sales last year and is a half-brother to the speedy Flying Foxy. Well backed, he made a fine start to his career when winning well on debut at Windsor. Sound claims under his penalty.
Quiet debut at Newmarket, but showed big improvement to finish second of 14 at Leicester recently. Getting his act together and promises to take another step forward.
Colt by Bungle Inthejungle, a first-season sire who is already making his mark. Cost 14,000 gns this year and although his stable also saddles previous winner Certain Lad, he is worth noting in the betting.
Born To Sea colt who ran well to chase home Urban Icon on debut with Society Shock behind. Reopposes on 6lb better terms, but has 3½L to make up.
Compton Place colt who cost 30,000 gns this year and is a half-brother to a winner in Italy. Probably best watched on debut unless the market speaks in his favour.
Colt by Dandy Man who fetched £24,000 as a yearling and is from the family of Irish Oaks winner Give Thanks. Stable is having a quiet time and this debut experience will probably be needed.
Son of Swiss Spirit who is a half-brother to sprint winner Sweet Pursuit. Only limited promise on debut at Chelmsford and needs to show significant improvement.
Down the field in both starts at Windsor. Looks one for nurseries further down the line and is readily opposed.
Gelded son of Compton Place who was a cheap purchase but is a half-brother to a couple of winners. Stable not noted for juvenile winners, so he is best watched on debut.
Daughter of Canford Cliffs who cost 25,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to two winners. Stable going quite well so she is worth keeping an eye on as she makes her debut.
A £24,000 daughter of Bated Breath, she is a half-sister to a couple of winners on the continent. Only hinted at promise on debut at Chepstow and may need more time to develop.
Good deal of promise on both starts over 5f, latterly at Chepstow where she had Molly Blake behind. Has to prove herself over this longer trip, but respected all the same.
Fast Company filly who was a cheap purchase but is from a fair middle-distance family. No show on debut at Nottingham and is best watched for now.
Zoffany filly who cost only £5,000 this year and whose dam was a winner over 6f and 7f. Probably best watch unless there is significant support for her.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H SpillerJ: Dane O'Neill|
Urban Icon (6/5), Dr Smolder (7/2), Certain Lad (7/2), Indian Viceroy (5/1), Even Keel (7/1), Critical Data (8/1), My Style (16/1), Molly Blake (20/1), Mayfair Madame (20/1), Cobweb Catcher (25/1), Society Shock (25/1), Canford Dancer (50/1), Tinto (50/1), Warrior Display (66/1), Kandinsky (66/1), Greyzee (100/1), Willa's Wish (125/1), Sinndarella (200/1)
- Urban Icon
- Certain Lad
- Critical Data
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