16:05 Doncaster Fri 14 September 2018
Olympic Glory colt, cost £92,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to a juvenile winner and dam a half-sister to a Group performer. Big priced winner when impressive at Newbury on debut and form of that looks solid enough; should go well.
Won at Newmarket in July before a respectable effort in Listed class at Salisbury when third in a six runner contest. This is quite possibly tougher though and more needed back down in trip.
Improved from a promising debut at York to win at Haydock in impressive fashion. Will need to prove he goes as well with some cut in the ground but yard do well with their juveniles and he's been freshened up since his success last time.
Green when runner-up on debut but knew his job when winning well at Nottginham subsequently, shaping like a step up to this trip would suit. More needed up in class this time.
Showed promise on his first couple of runs before well beaten in the Coventry. Got his head in front on fifth start, a handicap at Newmarket and performed with credit in Group 3 class next time. More exposed than others but he holds place claims.
Kingman colt, half-brother to a 1m juvenile winner. Dam a winner and half-sister to a 1m2f Group 1 winner. Impressive when justifying favouritism on debut at Newmarket, with the front two pulling 6L clear. Every chance there's more to come here.
Elzaam colt, cost £30,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to three winners and dam a juvenile winner, half-sister to two winners. 8/1 winner on debut and form has been boosted since. More needed but by no means ruled out and yard do well with juveniles.
Won a novice event at York and ran a huge race at big odds in a Group 3 at Goodwood a couple of starts later. Showed that was no fluke when fourth of eight in another Group 3 at the Curragh last time and can make her presence felt down in class.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Tip Two Win||2||9-0||11/2||Full Result|
|T: R A TealJ: A Kirby|
Sangarius (11/10), Jonah Jones (4/1), Athmad (5/1), Dubai Dominion (6/1), Chynna (10/1), Commanding Officer (12/1), Pogo (20/1), You Never Can Tell (20/1), Loch Ness Monster (20/1)
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