14:00 Beverley Wed 15 August 2018
C&D winner on her only outing so far (easy to back) when she found plenty in the closing stages to land a narrow victory with a previous winner back in 4th. Entitled to come on for that run but it won't be easy under a penalty and wide draw here.
Little impact so far in two minor events at York (5f) and Newcastle (6f) and has since been gelded. Can only be watched on what he's shown so far.
Has only shown some modest form so far with both runs coming over 7f. Now steps down in trip to the minimum distance and looks more the type for handicaps after this rune which he needs for a mark.
100/1 on debut he showed very little and was always behind. Hard to support even from a good low draw.
Newcomer from a yard in good form who priced dropped a fair bit from foal to two-year-old. Half-brother to 1m4f winner Cape Aqraan, with the dam also a winner at up to 1m2f; yard 5-22 with juveniles this season (note market support).
Debut runner from a yard who are 2-23 with their juveniles this year (0029797 with debutantes) and not well drawn for his debut. Closely-related to a 1m4f winner (Mirzam) but likely to need further than this 5f.
5th behind Dancing Rave on his debut he should improve but has been dealt a difficult draw. Green on his first start he had quite a rough introduction (hampered a couple of times) and should improve for the outing.
Has an awkward draw for a newcomer (one off the outside) for a yard who saddle one of the likely market leaders. By Garswood his dam was a two-year-old 5f winner; yard are 4-17 with their debutantes this year.
One of the more experienced in the field (four runs already) he's shown some fair form with his best run coming when 2nd at Hamilton (penultimate start). Well-held on his handicap debut last time he needs to bounce back here.
Returns from nursery company having run with credit in that sphere last time without looking as though he was going to win when given the opportunity. Well drawn here but has work to do with a few of these on his form so far.
Promising type who has landed the plum draw here after being very green o his debut with the penny finally dropping in the latter stages of the race. Entitled to come on from that run (behind Dancing Rave); may do better with that run tucked away.
Looked a speedy sort when taking the runner-up slot on her second start but failed to build on that run at Nottingham last time. Should be able to do better and worth another chance to atone here.
From a yard not known for their juvenile runners/success especially with those on their debut (0-4 this year with two-year-olds). Well drawn for her debut and there is some speed in the pedigree (dam 5f juvenile winner) but others appeal more.
From a powerful yard who are no stranger to success with juveniles although they are only 2-23 here on the year with that age group and 0-10 with newcomers. Half-sister to three winners with the dam a half-sister to the smart 6f winner Al Qasi.
Offered little on her debut and was always well behind in a four-runner affair at Pontefract over 5f (started 25/1). Should come on a little for that run but not much more expected.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M DodsJ: P Mulrennan|
Packington Lane (3/1), Under Curfew (7/2), Tick Tock Croc (6/1), Dancing Rave (8/1), Amoreena (8/1), Furyan (8/1), Champagne Clouds (16/1), Magical Spirit (20/1), Myco (20/1), Here's Rocco (20/1), Jackamundo (25/1), Mattymiller (25/1), Pinkie Pie (40/1), Kemmeridge Bay (66/1), Haggswood Boy (100/1)
- Under Curfew
- Magical Spirit
- Dancing Rave
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