18:15 Lingfield Sat 11 August 2018
340,000 guineas Sea the Stars colt out of German listed winner, he is half-brother to four decent winners and holds a Derby entry. Made fair start when 10-length third over C&D three weeks ago and should have learned plenty.
Third of 12 on racecourse bow at Doncaster a couple of weeks ago, this 155,000 guineas Poet's Voice colt is half-brother to the high-class Group 1 winner The Tin Man. Holds Group 2 Champagne Stakes entry so is clearly well regarded.
48,000 guineas son of Lope De Vega, he looked backward but wasn't disgraced when 11th of 18 in Newbury 7f maiden three weeks ago. Should have learned something but much more is now needed to score.
Represents last year's winning trainer, this 72,000 guineas Kitten's Joy colt looked very green when last of 12 on his racecourse debut at Newmarket four weeks ago and is likely to need more time.
Home bred Camelot gelding whose dam won over 7f. Has shown nothing in two starts so far, finishing last on both occasions. Needs to start getting his act together and looks one of yard's lesser lights.
£82,000 son of Japanese sire Hat Trick, he is related to a number of winers. Not disgraced on debut when sixth last month over C&D, although there was money for him and maybe more was expected. Worth noting once again for market interest.
Dansili colt whose dam is a hlfl-sister to Oaks winner Talent. Beaten a long way when ninth of 1 on Chelmsford 6f debut last month. Plenty of time to improve but connections will be hoping to see a little more this time.
Dansili colt out of Group 1-winning mare, Thistle Bird, he looked clueless when last of 18 on Newbury debut three weeks ago. May well have learned something from that and should do much better. Market should prove an interesting guide.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HannonJ: S M Levey|
Global Warning (5/4), Fearless Warrior (9/4), Kuwait Currency (5/1), Wiretap (5/1), Goodwood Sonnet (8/1), Thorn (12/1), Power Of Life (12/1), Merlin's Magic (20/1), Such Promise (33/1)
- Fearless Warrior
- Global Warning
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