17:45 Salisbury Sat 14 July 2018
He's shown progress on all his three starts so far doing best of all last time with a tongue-tie going on for the first time and stepped up 2f in trip (Chesham Stakes). Looks as though this will be his optimum trip and he sets the standard.
Just the one run to his name but from a yard that are gaining quite a name with juveniles. Well backed on his debut he looked as though he learnt through the race and finished off well over 6f; likely to be suited by this 7f trip and one to note.
Newcomer who cost 72,000 guineas as a yearling out of a once-raced dam closely related to smart 6f winner Hoodna. Stable do have two-year-old winners but would need to be smart to take this.
Nicely-bred Camelot colt who went close to winning on his debut when he didn't lack for experience at Newmarket over 7f. There was plenty of promise in that run and it won't be a surprise to see him come on for that and take a hand here.
Out of his depth last time in the Group 2 Coventry Stakes he far better judged on his previous two starts (runner-up both times). Both those runs had shown plenty of promise although this quicker ground might just be against him here; place chance.
The only filly in the field she comes from a stable that are doing very well with their juveniles but hasn't achieved much herself yet. Well beaten last time and will do better in nurseries once she has a mark after this run.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A KingJ: Finley Marsh|
Duke Of Hazzard (15/8), Federal Law (9/4), Mordred (11/4), Pogo (6/1), Itstimetogo (20/1), Cottontail (33/1), Prince Llyr (50/1)
- Duke Of Hazzard
- Federal Law
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