16:15 Ffos Las Tue 14 August 2018
Modest hurdler who was flattered by his fourth at Carlisle on Flat debut before having his limitations exposed last time.
Has not always looked the most straightforward and he can be a bit too keen. Failed to stay 1m6f when last seen in May and he has now moved to a new yard. Handles soft ground.
Off the track 15 months since an inauspicious debut for Luca Cumani. Wears a hood on first start for new yard and a watching brief is advised.
Choicely bred colt who opened his account in a poor race at Bath. At face value the form leaves him vulnerable under a penalty, but he should prove better than that.
A Declaration of War colt that cost 30,000 gns as a yearling. He is a half-brother to two-year-old 1m winner Quintilian and 1m-1n2½f winner Lopito de Vega. Stable having a good spell and worrying to se the aids applied so soon after a modest debut.
Beaten a long way when third at Lingfield but he still looked green. There is better to come and he is one to note for a handicap after this.
Frankel colt out of a mare who beat Mayson in the Prix de l'Abbaye. Easy to back on debut at Newcastle when finishing well from off the pace despite being green. The fourth has won since and he will make his presence felt given his allowance.
150,000 gns son of Declaration Of War out of a Group 2 winner. Stable in good form but you would expect a significant market move if he was expected to score on debut.
Last Year's Winner
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