19:25 Newcastle Thu 9 August 2018
Has shown little in two starts to date having been sent off at long odds and well beaten. Needs to find considerable improvement for step up in trip.
Fourth to subsequent Listed Chesham Stakes runner-up on debut in a race which is working out well. Didn't get a clear run late on and looked sure to make significant progress.
Bred to need a bit further than this in time and stable's runners tend to improve for the experience. Others look more likely early types.
Cost 30,000 gns as a yearling and has enough speed in pedigree. Trainer's runners tend to improve for their debut but worth a check in the betting,
Was very green on debut and has raced in blinkers twice since, taking a step forwards each time. Last run at shorter suggested this is probably his trip for now and should be competitive.
Already gelded son of Bungle Inthejungle who looks best watched on debut for a stable struggling for winners at present.
Daughter of Gale Force Ten representing a stable who do well with their sprinters. Likely to need a bit further in due course but work a check in the market on debut.
Daughter of Aussie Rules with speed on dam's side. Interesting on debut in a race lacking depth but stable could be in better form.
Heeraat filly who was sent off at huge odds but made some late progress on debut, despite not getting the clearest of runs. Stable's runners improve for the run and very interesting if there is market support.
Last Year's Winner
|T: E F VaughanJ: Adam Beschizza|
Flint Said No (5/2), Gale Force Maya (10/3), Gaslight (9/2), Evangeline Samos (5/1), The Grey Zebedee (11/2), Kimberley Girl (11/1), Ollivander (12/1), Gennaro (14/1), Up The Millers (33/1), Bungle Billy (80/1), Blackcurrent (100/1)
- Flint Said No
- Kimberley Girl
- The Grey Zebedee
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