18:20 Chelmsford City Fri 17 August 2018
Gelded son of Zoffany out of a Diktat mare who cost 42,000 gns as a foal reducing to 15,000 gns as a yearling. Starts over a realistic trip for a stable having a good year with their juveniles and market should prove informative.
€18,000 Champs Elysees colt who improved when stepped up to a half furlong further at Nottingham on handicap debut and now drops back down in grade. Can be slowly away and won't want a dawdle but sets a decent standard. Entered Beverley on Thursday.
Cost 10,000 gns as a yearling and bred to need further in time. Stable not noted for and yet to train a juvenile winner this season. Best watched on debut.
Unraced son of Zebedee cost connections £15,000 at the sales last year. Not fancied and tailed off last on debut. Stable's runners can improve hugely for the run but hard to make a case for.
Showcasing filly whose price fell from £20,000 as a yearling to £8,000 as a two-year-old. Stable just starting to hit form and well worth a check in the betting on debut.
Last Year's Winner
One To Go (5/6), Anycity (7/4), Capla Flyer (7/1), Set With The Stars (14/1), Wontgetfooledagen (50/1)
- One To Go
- Capla Flyer
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