18:10 Wolverhampton Mon 16 July 2018
Debut winner on the AW at Lingfield over 6f in June but finished well beaten in a Listed contest at Newmarket (6f, good-to-firm) subsequently. Leading contender under a penalty.
Slowly away but caught the eye in finishing 5L fourth over this trip at Newmarket (good-to-firm) on debut last month. Represents a table with a 40% strike-rate (2/5) in recent weeks.
Unraced Kyllachy colt bought for £40,000 at the breeze-up sales in early April. Half-brother to a couple of winners and represents a top yard on debut.
Experienced trouble in running when finishing sixth on debut at Goodwood (5f, good-to-soft) in May. Step up in trip looks likely to suit.
Improved on his debut ninth when finishing runner-up over 6f at Thirsk (good-to-firm) last time out. Repeat of that should see him go close in this contest.
Never involved prior to finishing tenth of 14 when making his debut at Ripon (6f, good) last month. Probably best watched at present.
Unraced daughter of Sepoy cost connections £17,000 at the sales last August. Dam won twice over 5f here as a two-year-old and she is worth a check in the market on debut.
Well beaten on debut and hung badly when tailed off at Doncaster (6f, good-to-firm) subsequently. Others make more appeal at present.
Showed up well for a long way prior to weakening into eighth when beaten 11L on debut at Windsor (6f, good-to-firm) last month. Likely to have improved for the experience and wears cheekpieces for the first time.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Amazing Alice||2||9-2||5/6||Full Result|
|T: Archie WatsonJ: L Morris|
Beleaguerment (2/1), So Brave (3/1), Don Logan (7/2), Mister Dependable (4/1), Uncle Jerry (8/1), Emily's Rose (25/1), Halle's Harbour (33/1), Mendeleev (33/1), Bawtry Lady (100/1)
- So Brave
- Mister Dependable
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