14:50 Chelmsford City Wed 13 June 2018
Roderic O'connor colt. Half-brother to winner up to 7f Murdanova. Plenty stamina on the dams side too, interesting sort on paper.
Swiss Spirit colt is a half-brother to several winners, including useful winner up to 1m Pearl Ice and winner up to 1m Ancient Goddess. Yard having just third juvenile runners this year.
A £14,000 yearling, Heeraat colt. He's a half-brother to two-year-old 1m winner Couldn't Could She. Could have a say on debut.
£20,000 yearling, Dream Ahead colt with an excellent mix of speed and stamina on pedigree. Likely sort on debut for Richard Fahey.
Sir Prancealot colt. Half-brother to several winners but will have to show considerably more than was the case on debut at Doncaster.
Encouraging start Newmarket at big price and improved effort on second start at Lingfield (6f, good to soft) when runner-up. Likely has leading claims here.
Coach House colt, cost 9,000 gns as a foal and £16,000 as a yearling. Dam a full-sister to a King's Stand winner. Yard had a debutante sprinter run well at big odds on Thursday and not ruled out here.
Sir Prancealot colt is a half-brother to 5f-6f winner Jack The Truth and needs a market check on debut here.
Camacho filly. Dam, unraced, closely related to smart winner up to 1m Birdman. Second runner for the yard, looks second choice on jockey bookings.
Pastoral Pursuits sister to 1m winner Royal Black and half-sister to winner up to 6f Waking Warrior. Not to be dismissed on debut.
Last Year's Winner
Red Island (6/4), Be Proud (7/2), Micronize (5/1), Fast Endeavour (10/1), Picture Poet (10/1), No Diggity (14/1), The Numismatist (14/1), Saedi Shaahd (14/1), Haadhir (16/1), Capala (25/1), Fanny Grand (33/1)
- Be Proud
- Red Island
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