18:10 Windsor Mon 9 July 2018
Zebedee half-brother to three winners out of a half-sister to Group 2 7f winner Shakespearean. Stayed on well to score on debut at Bath and will find this easier than when down the field in the Coventry Stakes last time.
Lethal Force colt who cost 35,000gns as a yearling, and looked to need the run badly fitness-wise here on debut. Will improve, although likely to need more time.
Price rose to 100,000 gns as a yearling, and he shaped with plenty of promise when 2¼L third of 16 to Confiding in novice at Newbury last month. Knew his job there, but should still improve.
Gelded son of Sepoy out of a 6f winner. Yard has a moderate strike rate with juveniles in recent seasons, and he makes limited appeal on paper.
Related to plenty of winners, and has shown ability in two starts to date, notably when fifth after a troubled passage at Kempton. Type to make his mark in nurseries, but of interest if attracting support here.
Shaped with promise on debut at York (6f) in May, and too free when failing to land the odds at Hamilton last time. Needs to settle, but debut form gives him every chance.
Showcasing colt whose sales price rose to 58,000 gns as a yearling. Yard has had a debut winner from a handful of juveniles this season, so needs a market check ahead of racecourse bow.
Exceed And Excel colt out of a 1¼m-1½m winner, herself half-sister to French Derby runner-up Morandi. Needed experience on debut at Nottingham, and will improve, albeit with further sure to suit in due course.
Clodovil half-brother to winners at 1m and further, and showed ability when sixth to Watchmyeverymove in C&D maiden late last month. Represents powerful trainer/jockey combination, so not dismissed, but must improve markedly.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Peggy's Angel||2||8-11||9/2||Full Result|
|T: J HughesJ: Mitch Godwin|
Glorious Lover (5/4), Sense of Belonging (11/4), Boa Nova (4/1), Swiper (8/1), I'm Billy Murphy (10/1), Requited (16/1), Superseded (20/1), Indian Horseman (33/1), Show The World (33/1), Deadly Force (50/1)
- Glorious Lover
- Sense of Belonging
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