14:35 Sandown Fri 15 June 2018
Down the field at big prices on two runs so far (both over 5f). Has been gelded and up in trip, but improvement badly needed if he's to play a part.
Casamento colt who cost 43,000gns as a yearling. Fair pedigree but not the most obvious yard for a first time out winner.
Not exactly the most exciting pedigree, and it suggests that he could improve for further than this in time. Best watched on debut.
Couldn't improve from his debut run at Windsor on second start at Goodwood last time out. Up in trip again but doesn't exactly look progressive and tough to fancy.
Not denied far on debut at Doncaster last time out, and may have won by further if starting more alertly. Should improve for the run and has a very notable jockey booking; leading claims.
Made a low-key debut at Leicester last time out when seemingly unfancied. Could do better if overcoming greenness but still best watched.
Beaten less than a length on debut at York last time. This extra furlong shouldn't be an issue based on pedigree, and he can't be ruled out.
Kendargent colt and a brother to Group 3 winner Kenhope. Comes from a good stable and one of the more likely newcomers on offer here.
Shamardal colt who cost 60,000gns as a two year old. Yard had a juvenile winner earlier in the week, but not exactly renowned for runners in this sphere on the whole.
Camelot colt who cost 110,000gns as a yearling. The early signs suggest this sire's progeny tend to improve for a couple of runs.
Cape Cross colt and a half-brother to some useful types. Pedigree suggests an extra furlong at the very least will see him to best effect.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Falmouth Light||2||9-5||5/1||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: S De Sousa|
Eagle Hunter (4/6), Sky Cross (7/2), Happy Power (11/2), Julius Limbani (7/1), Glorious Dane (8/1), Kenzohope (25/1), Sephton (28/1), Canal Rocks (33/1), Sinjaari (33/1), Dancing Speed (33/1), Barb's Prince (66/1), Arbuckle (66/1)
- Eagle Hunter
- Julius Limbani
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