14:30 Brighton Mon 10 September 2018
Gelded son of Gregorian who is a half-brother to three winners from 5f to 7f. One of two stable representatives and the betting will probably reflect his chance on debut.
A €78,000 yearling by Holy Roman Emperor out of a 10½ AW-winning dam. Limited promise on debut at Newbury, but should be much wiser for the experience.
Has failed to beat a single rival in races at Windsor and Sandown. Hard to make a case for, but may do better when handicapping.
Oasis Dream colt who is a brother to 6f AW winner Next Life and a half-brother to three other winners. Weak in the market and never landed a blow on debut at Beverley, but represents a good yard and can surely do better.
Well down the field in both starts at Newbury and Windsor. Qualifies for a handicap mark after this and that is likely to be his route going forward.
Iffraaj gelding who fetched 57,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-brother to a couple of winners. Respected stable's runners are normally better for their debut outings and fitting of cheekpieces is slightly offputting.
Foxwedge colt who was picked up for 10,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-brother to 10 winners. Slowly away when well held on debut at Wolverhampton and needs to improve.
Plenty of promise when third on both outings over 6f at Leicester and Newmarket. Should improve for this longer trip and looks a major player.
Last Year's Winner
|T: C ApplebyJ: George Wood|
Riviera Nights (4/9), Barbarosa (7/2), Portabello Road (8/1), Dream Sands (10/1), Global Army (20/1), Abenaki (20/1), Renardeau (25/1), Dancing Jo (40/1)
- Riviera Nights
- Dream Sands
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