19:15 Haydock Sat 23 June 2018
Dutch Art colt who looked well and duly won in taking fashion on his racecourse debut at Ayr last month. Penalised 6lb but still a contender and sets a good standard.
Looks the part on paper being by Poet's Voice out of a mare who won twice as a juvenile, including in listed company. Yard have sent out more than 20 winners in the last fortnight and are capable of readying them first time out. Interesting.
Represents last year's winning yard. Ran green on debut and was well beaten in the end, although stayed on late at Nottingham and will know more this time around.
Unfashionably bred Coach House colt out of a middle-distance mare. Beaten a long way on debut at Ripon and is likely to need more time.
25,000 guineas Sir Percy colt , half-brother to a decent 1m4f winner. Pedigree suggests he'll do well at this stage of his career but worth a market check.
€85,000 Olympic Glory colt who has run very green on both starts so far but showed signs of ability when staying on into fourth last time out. Yard won last year's renewal and may be more streetwise this time.
100,000 guineas Zoffany colt out of 1m4f AW winner. Pedigree suggests this trip should be right as a juvenile and could be anything. No fancy entries but might be a nice type.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HannonJ: Tom Marquand|
More Than This (1/1), Zoffee (9/4), Glorious Dane (11/2), Arctic Sound (7/1), Beauty Concept (33/1), Conundrum (33/1), Cawthorne Lad (100/1)
- More Than This
- Arctic Sound
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