20:10 Windsor Mon 9 July 2018
Bred on sprinting lines, but unraced as a juvenile, and he's been well beaten in two starts at up to 1m. Low-grade handicaps beckon after another outing.
Gelded son of Helmet out of a well-related winner at this trip. Promise when mid-field in race won by Red Starlight at Newmarket, and will improve, but has plenty to find with Anchises on that form.
Full-brother to useful performers Holiday Magic and Coolnagree, and cost 200,000 gns as a yearling. Makes rather a belated debut, but appeals on pedigree, and merits a market check.
Leroidesanimaux half-brother to a Listed winner over 1m. Improved from debut when second of 8 to Power of Darkness in novice at Salisbury (7f) last time, and longer trip will suit if he can settle better.
First foal of a modest winner over 6f/7f. Hinted at ability on debut, but always behind in a C&D novice last time, and seems unlikely to play a significant part here.
Havana Gold half-sister to a winning stayer. Not disgraced when 9½L fifth of 10 to Aim of Artemis in 7f novice at Newmarket on debut, but likely to need further in time.
Cheaply bought Dick Turpin half-sister to four winners. Hinted at ability when sixth of 8 on recent Chepstow (1m) debut. Looks one for the longer term.
Out of a listed winner over 1½m, and half-sister to several winners. No impact in two outings to date, and while likely to improve, needs this run for a handicap mark.
By Sepoy out of an unraced half-sister to Pretty Polly winner Promising Lead. Not beaten up when eighth of 10 to Feline Groovy on Newbury debut last month, and better to come in due course.
Last Year's Winner
King's Slipper (8/11), Anchises (7/4), Procure (7/2), Contingency Fee (6/1), Dark Seraphim (6/1), Yvanlend (16/1), Havana Magic (25/1), Highway Bess (33/1), Liberisque (33/1), Confrerie (50/1), Monsieur Fox (66/1)
- King's Slipper
- Dark Seraphim
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