16:15 Hamilton Thu 13 September 2018
Failed to build on debut win when disappointing at Thirsk in easier conditions. Pulled out of a Haydock engagement due to soft going and concern about the recent rain again.
Gelded son of Dandy Man who finished well for a good second on debut at Catterick and looked likely to benefit for the experience. With improvement rates a leading candidate.
Dandy Man colt out of a Street Cry mare who looks a likely type on debut for a leading trainer of juveniles. Price rose to £100,000 as a yearling and the market should prove informative..
Son of Orientor who is the first foal from a dam that won over 5f. Sent off long odds and well beaten on debut. Hard to make a case for.
By Orientor and plenty of speed in pedigree. Got worked up beforehand and missed the break on debut before making a good impression despite greenness. Looks one to follow and a leading contender.
25,000 gns Famous Name colt out of a 7f Group 3 winner. Related to four winners including useful performers Rock Jock and Breden. Well beaten at long odds on debut and hard to make a case for on this big drop in trip.
Yet to make an impression in better races at Goodwood and Newmarket and needs to find improvement despite representing leading trainer.
Last Year's Winner
Autumn Flight (12/5), Friendly Advice (11/4), Defence Treaty (7/2), Bartle Hall (4/1), Parliament House (12/1), The Names Jock (33/1), Frank's Law (40/1)
- Friendly Advice
- Autumn Flight
- Defence Treaty
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