17:30 Newton Abbot Fri 15 June 2018
Martaline gelding that is a half-brother to top class hurdler/chaser Dynaste and chase winner Dauphine Eirene. Dam was placed over fences. Likely type on paper although may need a little further in time.
Great Palm gelding picked up as a four-year-old for small money. Beaten a long way on debut at Warwick (2m, good). Cheekpieces added but much more needed to be involved.
Has a decent pedigree but has shown very little in two bumper starts to date. Maybe seen to better effect once he's sent over hurdles.
Passing Glance gelding cost £15,000 as a three-year-old and some promise on pedigree. Shaped well on debut at Ffos Las when fourth of 11. Type to progress and respected with rider claiming a handy 5lbs.
Flemensfirth gedling that cost €75,000 as a three-year-old. Dam was tailed off in a bumper but is a sister to Champion Hurdle winner Rock On Ruby. Tongue-tie goes on for debut and yard do well in this sphere. Respected.
Well beaten/failed to finish in all three of her runs in point-to-points. Likely to need further than this (dam stayed 3m) and likely best watched on debut.
New Approach filly. Dam 7f winner including a Group 3 and was rated 110. Well backed ahead of her debut at Wincanton and ran well to be fourth. Sets the standard but vulnerable to anything with talent
Last Year's Winner
|T: B R MillmanJ: H Cobden|
Rose Crown (11/10), Druide Premier (7/2), Boomarang (4/1), Eleanorofaquitaine (4/1), Overshot (33/1), Storm Fire (50/1), Simon The Great (100/1)
- Storm Fire
- Rose Crown
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