18:15 Chelmsford City Mon 10 September 2018
Victories over this distance at Yarmouth and Redcar. Upwardly-mobile stable going really well and he looks the one to beat despite conceding weight all round,
Invincible Spirit colt who stepped up on Windsor debut with a promising fifth of 10 at Salisbury. Going the right way and could get involved.
Not much to shout about in displays at Salisbury and Leicester, but has a nice pedigree and represents a top trainer/owner combination. Needs to show much more.
Cost 16,000gns as a two-year-old and is a by Frankel's half-brother Morpheus out of a 1¼m/1m3f winner. Not disgraced when fifth of nine on debut at Yarmouth and should improve.
Beaten a long way on both starts at this track and Lingfield. Qualifies for a handicap mark after this and could do better in that sphere.
Promising debut at Haydock, but failed to build on that run at Musselburgh last time. Stable in good form and he could well show his true colours on this occasion.
Epaulette filly who is a half-sister to winners over 6f and 7f. Best watched on debut unless the market speaks in her favour.
No Nay Never filly who fetched €42,000 as a yearling and is a half-sister to two winners over 6f. Speedy pedigree and is worth noting on debut.
Beaten a long way on both starts at this track and Newmarket. Looks one for further down the line in handicap company.
Not much to enthuse over in displays at this course and Lingfield. Quite stoutly bred and may not be seen at her best until next season given trainer's long-term planning.
Last Year's Winner
Fognini (7/4), Khafooq (3/1), Invincible One (4/1), Lady Madison (7/1), Swinging Eddie (7/1), Crazy Spin (20/1), Shining Armor (25/1), Such Promise (40/1), Ramatuelle (50/1), Melo Pearl (80/1)
- Swinging Eddie
- Invincible One
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