18:45 Salisbury Sat 14 July 2018
Needs this run before she qualifies for handicaps and that's when she will be best judged as she's always going to be vulnerable in events like this. Upped in trip for this and handicaps await after this for her.
Both his starts so far have been relatively uninspiring although he did shape a little better last time over 5f on his second run. Now upped in trip again to 7f without really having shown enough to think he can win something like this.
Just the one run as a juvenile he finished in midfield when he looked the sort to improve for the run. Stepped up in trip for his only run as a three-year-old so far he proved hard to settle but will have come on for that experience; leading player.
Newcomer by Henrythenavigator who is a half-brother to the smart winner at up to 1m Aljazzi. The dam was a winner at up to 1m2f and given his connections and the riding arrangements one to note in the market.
Makes his debut here wearing a tongue-tie with this yard having picked him up cheaply for £800 as a three-year-old (cost 75,000 guineas as a yearling). Quite well bred but hard to fancy even in this company.
Still showing very little ability having never figured at less than a three-figure starting price and can only be watched here.
The third newcomer in the field she has a pedigree that suggests she will be suited by a little further. Would be a surprise if she were to get too involved first time out but market confidence should be noted.
Last Year's Winner
Bedouin's Story (4/6), Nawar (11/8), Ambroise (14/1), Royal King (20/1), Brogans Bay (25/1), Bambajee (66/1), Black Lace (80/1)
- Bedouin's Story
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