18:40 Chepstow Fri 13 July 2018
Stepped up to score at Lingfield but beat a disappointing favourite and another market rival was a faller. Nevertheless, this is far from competitive.
€9,500 yearling by Camacho out of a dam who has produced seven winners. Stable have a 2-4 record in this race.
Has looked green on both starts but showed a bit more speed last time. Needs to improve significantly, but stable do have a 2-4 record in this.
Front-runner who has not lasted home on his last two starts when chasing home stable companion Pocket Dynamo. This easier than his French voyage last time and cheekpieces are now on.
Only modest form so far and, even given the yard had a 50/1 juvenile winner here last week, she has little going for her.
Related to several winning sprinters including Jimmy Styles. Highly tried on debut when she blew the start and it was a similar story on Wednesday. Stable took this last year.
Attempted to make all prior to weakening into fifth in an AW novice contest over 5f at Lingfield on debut. Blew the start last time at Bath and she has a lot of improvement to find.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Listen Alexander||2||8-11||11/4||Full Result|
|T: P D EvansJ: Charles Bishop|
Street Parade (4/5), So Hi Speed (4/1), One Kiss (5/1), Lippy Lady (14/1), Camacho's Cavalier (14/1), Clevedon (20/1), Phyllis (33/1)
- Street Parade
- So Hi Speed
- Camacho's Cavalier
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