15:10 Chepstow Thu 19 July 2018
Wide-margin winner at Lingfield before finishing a distant third to a promising sort at Haydock, both races over 7f. Drop in trip should not be an issue judged on his earlier form.
Winner on debut at Beverley and ran a fine race to be seventh of 28 in the 5f Windsor Castle Stakes at Royal Ascot. The form choice if able to cope with this first attempt at 6f.
Harbour Watch colt out of a Zebedee mare who won over 6f as a two-year-old. Mid-division on debut at Bath and needs to improve to trouble a couple of these rivals.
By Sir Prancealot out of an unraced dam, he cost €40,000 as a yearling and is a half-brother to six winners. Not disgraced when quite well backed on debut at Bath, but needs to take a step forward for last year's winning stable.
Beaten a long way on both starts at Windsor and Wolverhampton. Qualifies for a handicap mark after this and that looks the best way forward for her.
Stimulation filly who cost £4,000 as a yearling and is a half-sister to three winners from 5f to 1m. Last of 12 on debut at Lingfield and needs to make huge improvement to figure.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Demons Rock||2||9-2||9/4||Full Result|
|T: Tom DascombeJ: L P Keniry|
Rockin Roy (1/2), Critical Data (5/2), One Kiss (4/1), Headland (9/1), Sir Victor (20/1), Esque Amore (100/1), Nagging Doubt (100/1)
- Rockin Roy
- Critical Data
- Sir Victor
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