18:00 Hamilton Sat 14 July 2018
Supported on debut when green and again finished last on his most recent start. Hard to fancy on what he has achieved.
Ran well under a positive ride when no match for a smart winner here on an easy surface. Has also shown he handles fast ground so equipped for whatever weather conditions prevail. Sets the bar high in this.
£18,000 Heeraat yearling out of a dam who was a 5f winner. Stable 4-14 with this age group in 2018 so one to watch closely in the market.
Shaped better last time but he has not lasted home on easier tracks than this. Stable 3-7 with this age group here since 2014 but he appeals more as one for nurseries.
Morpheus filly, cost £17,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to seven winners and dam a juvenile winner over sprint trips. Out of her depth in the Queen Mary and even her debut effort demands significant improvement at this level.
Has started slowly and never been in the hunt in either start. Has a huge task in front of her.
Last Year's Winner
|9||Camacho Chief||2||8-12||11/4||Full Result|
|T: M DodsJ: A Mullen|
Woodside Wonder (4/6), Packington Lane (4/1), Rum Lad (6/1), Micronize (14/1), Global Goddess (16/1), Macho Lady (20/1), Annie's Crook (33/1)
- Woodside Wonder
- Rum Lad
- Packington Lane
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