17:25 Hamilton Fri 31 August 2018
Consistent since breaking her duck in a 5f Nottingham novice and proved her stamina for this trip when runner-up in a Leicester nursery. Refused to race last time and that casts serious doubts about her in a race where she stands out on form.
Half-brother to two-year-old 6f winner Gold Medallion and useful 1m winner Spiriting. Both showed a preference for faster ground as did his sire. Promise in two starts to date but conditions an obvious concern.
Son of Battle Of Marengo bought for €22,000 at the sales last September. Has looked green on both starts to date and doubtful he is ready for a test such as this.
85,000 guineas colt by Ifraajj out of a dam who won at 1m2f. Promise on debut in a race that has worked out well enough but he failed to build on that at Haydock and he needs to find a lot more this time.
Cost plenty (£70,000) for a yard that have had some useful two-year-olds in the past couple of years. Well related on the distaff side of the pedigree but last of seven on debut when unfancied.
Unfancied when in rear on debut over this trip and his pedigree would suggest he needs faster ground than seems likely.
£95,000 son of Scat Daddy out of a US 6f dirt winner. Pedigree very much suggests speed and he was soon beaten on debut when too keen.
25,000 gns Famous Name colt out of a 7f Group 3 winner. Related to four winners including useful performers Rock Jock and Breden.
525,000 gns Sea The Moon colt, half-brother to three winners including a Listed winner. Bred to handle the ground and like many of the yard's youngsters will improve for his debut. Raced on the slowest ground that day and looks the one to beat.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Lisheen Castle||2||9-2||8/1||Full Result|
|T: J J QuinnJ: Jason Hart|
Three Comets (4/11), Must See The Doc (5/1), Bullion Boss (6/1), Delft Dancer (6/1), Hoffa (10/1), Seven For A Pound (16/1), Old Red Eyes (20/1), Jem Scuttle (33/1), Euro Implosion (40/1), The Names Jock (50/1)
- Three Comets
- Must See The Doc
- Delft Dancer
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