19:10 Kempton Wed 13 June 2018
Winner on debut at Lingfield (1m2f) in April but struggled upped to 1m4f subsequently. Return to the AW likely to suit.
Improved on debut when finishing fifth of 16 over 1m2f at Windsor (good) last time out. Interesting if improving on that effort.
Unraced gelded son of Cacique purchased for 62,000 gns at the sales in October 2016. Full-brother to the useful Census among others and worth a check in the market on debut.
Unraced son of North Light and a half-brother to seven time winner Petite Jack. Interesting to see how he fares on debut.
Decent form in three starts here at two placing twice (including when disqualified from third) from three starts over 1m. Step up in trip likely to suit on this occasion.
Useful third over 1m2f at Nottingham (good-to-soft) when making his debut in April. Repeat of that effort should see him play a leading role upped in trip.
Well held eighth when making his debut in a 1m2f event at Nottingham (good-to-firm) last month. More needed if he's to break his maiden in this.
Unraced son of Thewayyouare and a half-brother to a couple of maidens on the Flat. Probably best watched on debut.
Unraced gelded son of Champs Elysees cost connections 32,000 gns at the sales as a yearling. Half-brother to the useful Swivel and market support would be interesting on debut.
Unraced gelding by Casamento bought for 28,000 gns in October 2016. Half-brother to a winning sprinter and probably best watched on debut.
Unraced son of Street Cry and a full-brother to winning sprinter Bouquet De Flores. Represents leading connections and is an interesting runner on debut.
Unraced Mastercraftsman colt bought for 18,000 gns as a yearling. Half-brother to two time winner Melodrama and probably best watched on debut.
Not given a hard time in finishing fourth over 1m here when making his debut in December. Step up in trip looks likely to suit and he is one to note on his seasonal reappearance.
Ran well to finish fourth over 1m here in November and put in a respectable effort at Newmarket (1m2f, good) on seasonal debut in April. Interesting to see how he fares here.
Last Year's Winner
Sleeping Lion (11/4), Fairlight (3/1), Hamlul (7/2), Hinde Street (4/1), Qayed (9/1), Moving Forward (10/1), Dragon Mountain (20/1), Buckland Boy (33/1), Carnwennan (50/1), Cold Harbour (50/1), Jumping Cats (66/1), Just Another Idea (66/1), Hereyouare (66/1), Nambiti Hills (100/1)
- Dragon Mountain
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