18:15 Kempton Wed 12 September 2018
Has shown some signs of ability and his initial AW run is also his nursery debut. Down in grade and up in trip so improvement is to be expected.
Best effort came on sole Polytrack start when positively ridden. Failed to handle the undulations at Epsom last time and blinkers employed now.
Made all to land a weak Musselburgh nursery but clearly progressing and suited to an easy right-handed track. Makes AW debut and up 5lb in the weights.
Bred for speed but has been shaping as though she is ready to go this far. Backed last time on nursery debut and cheekpieces fitted here.
Not beaten too far by useful winners on her first two starts, but others around her have not achieved much. Poorly drawn last time and she remains hard to evaluate. Rider 5-15 for the yard so one to watch in the ring.
Has been strongly supported for both starts in nurseries. The better effort came last week in a five-runner affair at Brighton when dropped back to 6f. Finished the race off nicely that day and worth another chance back at this trip
Has produced three ordinary efforts so far at lengthy odds. Up in trip for handicap debut, but stable are just 1-51 with juveniles over the past five seasons.
Has failed to distinguish herself in three novice auction events but nurseries should see her in a better light.
Well beaten in four starts so far most recently over 6f at Windsor (good) earlier this month. Back up in trip on handicap debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M JohnstonJ: J Fanning|
Smart Illusion (15/8), Stellar Comet (4/1), Anandita (9/2), So Hi Class (11/2), Rita's Folly (6/1), Camachess (6/1), Sandridge Lad (7/1), Riverwing (10/1), Medoras Childe (16/1), Penfriend (40/1), Farump (50/1)
- Stellar Comet
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