19:30 Doncaster Thu 19 July 2018
Kyllachy colt, half-brother to four winners and dam was a juvenile winner over this trip. Improved from a green debut to win at Chepstow last time out. Likely to need more here conceding weight to his rivals but progress on the cards.
Moohaajim gelding, half-brother to two winners and dam a winner over this trip in Italy. Well beaten here on debut at big odds and likely to need more time.
Alhebayeb colt, cost £42,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to two winners. Dam a half-sister to a US Grade 3 winner over this trip and two Listed winners. Has run with some credit on each of his three starts but needs to improve to play a part here.
Gale Force Ten colt, cost €65,000 as a yearling and 130,000 gns as a two-year-old. Half-brother to three winners, dam a half-sister to Group 1 winner Elusive City. Ran a huge race when just touched off on debut at Newbury and sets the standard here.
Archipenko colt, half-brother to four winners, three at two-years-old and dam a juvenile winner over this trip. Interesting enough pedigree and can't be ruled out if any money arrives.
Sixties Icon colt, cost 21,000 gns as a foal and 50,000 gns as a yearling. Full-brother to a Listed winner who won over sprint trips and dam a winner. Has struggled to make his presence felt in two starts to date. Others preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Make Good||2||9-2||33/1||Full Result|
|T: D H BrownJ: P Makin|
James Street (1/2), Balata Bay (9/2), Dark Thunder (5/1), Swift Justice (14/1), Russian Rum (33/1), Alatia (50/1)
- James Street
- Dark Thunder
- Balata Bay
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