14:00 Leicester Sun 12 August 2018
Dam 7f 2yo winner, full-sister to four winners up to 7f inc Cake (5f Listed at two), Embour (5f-6f) and Young John (5f-7f) and half-sister to useful 7f-1m winner Suited and Booted and prolific 5f-6f winner Tagula Night. Well worth a market check.
Has not yet lived up to his pedigree, finishing well held on both starts. At least the more recent of those was an improvement. Step up in trip should help and tongue-tied now too, so may be capable of making some sort of impact.
Dam US 5½f turf winner at two, full-sister to US 1m1f dirt winner Elmutahid out of US 1m1f turf Grade 1 winner. Trainer has already had two debut juvenile winners this season from just nine runners. Can probably made a good debut.
Has put up two similar performances in novice events at Chelmsford (7f, AW) and Haydock (7f, good) so far. Has something to build on there and if he can do so, he should be in the mix.
Dam 1m winner, half-sister to 7f two-year-old Group 3 winner Albabilia out of 1m6f winning half-sister to 1m and 1m2f Listed winner Inchacooley. Lovely pedigree and stable's runners going well. Market check ahead of his debut looks prudent.
Improved for his debut when 2L fourth in a Sandown maiden (7f, good to firm) last month. That form looks very solid in context and if he can kick on again from it then he should go close.
€120,000 yearling. Closely related to winners Dux Scholar (5f-1m2f inc at two/Listed) and Almoner (7f AW), half-brother to three winners inc Tenure (1m2f AW) and Cambridge (1m at two). Dam 1m3f Listed winner. Market check ahead of this debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HannonJ: S M Levey|
Madkhal (7/4), Massam (9/4), Pesto (7/2), Fume (12/1), Red Armada (14/1), Edgewood (16/1), Noble Ancestry (18/1)
- Noble Ancestry
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