15:55 Ffos Las Thu 13 September 2018
Unraced son of Coach House and a half-brother to multiple winner Keene's Pointe. Small yard are 0-6 with their two-year-old runners in recent seasons.
160,000 gns Kodiac colt related to nine other winners including six-time winner Spin Cycle. Not highly tried on debut and a rare juvenile runner here for the yard.
Beaten favourite at Newmarket last time and possible the form of his debut effort was not good as it first appeared. Nevertheless he is fishing in calmer waters here and sets the standard.
Full-brother to George William who has done well in these colours. Stable have had eight juvenile winners in the last couple of weeks.
€500,000 purchase by Dabirsim and related to two minor winners in France. Yard continue in excellent form and have shown their juveniles to be well forward this year.
Home-bred Archipenko colt related to a couple of winners for this yard who needed much further. Possibly one for next year.
Well in rear at big prices on both starts to date and this could be an even tougher assignment.
Dansili colt out of Group 1-winning mare, Thistle Bird, he looked clueless when last of 18 on Newbury debut and shaped better next time. More still required, but yard are 3-5 with juveniles here over past five seasons.
Last Year's Winner
Fox Fearless (5/4), Good Birthday (9/4), Fenjal (7/1), Thorn (9/1), George Junior (12/1), Sea Sculpture (14/1), Derry Boy (25/1), Temujin (66/1), Atty's Edge (66/1)
- Good Birthday
- Fox Fearless
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