14:00 Chelmsford City Tue 14 August 2018
Showed improvement first to second start but is bred for a much stiffer test of stamina. Will qualify for handicaps after this and one to note when upped dramatically in trip.
Foxwedge colt, cost 24,000 gns as a yearling. Ran really well at Newmarket on debut before running into a useful type who has franked the form since. Likely to benefit with more experience and looks a key player.
Kendargent colt and a brother to Group 3 winner Kenhope. Got a fair way behind on debut but made some late progress and looked as though he would only benefit for the experience. Bit to find on that but big improvement wouldn't be a surprise.
Ran a promising debut that would put him in this but never settled and well below that at Haydock. Cheekpieces go on but needs to bounce back.
Gale Force Ten gelding who cost 38,000gns as a yearling. Little promise in two starts so far and needs to find vast improvement.
Daughter of Havana Gold was sent off at short odds on debut and ran a very promising race despite finding one too good. Looked as though she'd improve for the run and looks a leading hope.
War Command filly who has run to a good level and similar level of form with two seconds over 6f. Bred to need much further so the extra furlong plus the leading jockey a huge bonus.
Last Year's Winner
Seductive (11/10), Fox Coach (13/8), Gold Arrow (4/1), Kenzohope (11/1), Calling The Wind (33/1), Love Your Work (50/1), Storm Shelter (100/1)
- Gold Arrow
- Fox Coach
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