17:25 Perth Mon 10 September 2018
Won mares maiden bumper at Downpatrick by 10L in June, and odds on when following up in similar event here by 7L from My Peggy, drawing clear from the final turn. Hat-trick beckons.
Gold Well half-brother to 1m-1m3f Flat winner Be My Whisper. Makes some appeal on pedigree, so not taken lightly, for all he'll need to run to a useful level to score on debut.
Cheap purchase, although dam did win a bumper. Needed experience when 24¾L fourth of 7 to Braid Blue in C&D event last month, and ought to do better at some point.
First foal of a bumper winner, but from a yard whose newcomers almost always benefit significantly from the experience, and best watched on racecourse bow.
Yard does very well in this sphere, but this son of Arcadio was a very cheap purchase, and would only be of interest if attracting support. Jockey booking a positive.
Third in a point-to-point, but in rear when running out in a bumper at Worcester in June, and of limited interest after that display.
Vinnie Roe mare who looked short of pace when 17½L sixth of 15 to Backsheesh in mares maiden bumper at Tramore last month. Entitled to prove, however, and place claims even on bare form.
Last Year's Winner
|T: K DalgleishJ: B S Hughes|
Carrie Des Champs (1/4), Whenitcomestoit (8/1), Creadan Belle (8/1), Mint Gold (14/1), Pinspot (33/1), Sixties Glenark (40/1), Complywithme (80/1)
- Carrie Des Champs
- Creadan Belle
- Mint Gold
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