16:30 York Sun 9 September 2018
Gained a first win on return from a short break at Thirsk last month and not disgraced when runner-up at Chelmsford subsequently. Perhaps vulnerable to less exposed types.
Elzaam colt, cost £25,000 as a yearling. Dam a half-sister to a US Grade 2 winner. Impressive when winning on debut and the third in behind that day has been a prolific winner since. May be capable of better and extra ½f should suit.
Winner on debut at Pontefract but couldn't back that up at Haydock next time when only fourth. Needs to improve on that to play a part here down in trip.
Placed over C&D on debut but hasn't really built on that in three subsequent starts and well beaten at Southwell when last seen. Needs to improve plenty to play a part here.
Ran with plenty of credit on his first three starts that included a C&D effort. Not at his best in a valuable sales race here last time but he's better than that and isn't without place claims.
Well beaten on both starts to date and second string on jockey bookings here. Drops in trip and hard to imagine him playing a part.
Placed over 6f here on debut but has failed to justify favouritism twice since and this is a tougher race. Others preferred.
Showed very little on debut at Beverley but put up a slightly better effort next time out at Wolverhampton. Needs more to play a part here but drop back in trip may see her to better effect.
Last Year's Winner
|7||May Girl||2||9-3||16/1||Full Result|
|T: R M H CowellJ: Jonathan Fisher|
Three Card Trick (11/4), Mutawaffer (3/1), Broken Spear (4/1), Fastman (9/2), Little Legs (9/2), Dream of Honour (5/1), Metallic Black (5/1), Baldwin (9/1), Joey Boy (25/1), Rock Party (25/1), Out Of Angels (33/1)
- Little Legs
- Dream of Honour
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