16:00 Salisbury Fri 14 September 2018
Half brother Hansian Prince has won at 7f-1m½f, and this son of Kodiac saw his price rise from €88,000 to 185,000 gns as a yearling. Very impressive when winning on debut at Newmarket last month, and looks a pattern performer in the making.
Son of Dark Angel who showed something to work on when second of 9 to Miss Celestial in minor event at Lingfield in June, but well below that form last time, and stiff task even if bouncing back here.
Charm Spirit gelding out of a listed winner. Better effort to date when 5L sixth of 11 to Watan in maiden at Goodwood last time, and should improve again, so has place claims.
Home-bred full-brother to the useful Prince Of The Dark who scored on debut for this yard last year. Didn't get a chance to show what he could do after a slow start on racecourse bow at Salisbury last month, and this run should reveal more.
Iffraaj half-brother to useful milers Garrick and Bullingdon out of Group 3 Fred Darling winner Rimth. Just modest form in two starts to date, and any improvement likely to come when handicapping after another outing.
Captain Gerrard filly out of a triple 5f winner. Has shown more temperament than ability in two starts to date, and of no serious interest here.
First foal of a fair maiden whose best form came around 7f. One of two in the race for in-form yard, and market should help split them.
Blend a mix of speed and stamina, but he's shown little of either in three starts to date, looking slow to learn. Looks a long-term project.
Last Year's Winner
Jash (1/8), Happy Power (9/4), Conspiritor (7/1), Flash of Power (8/1), Alsimsaam (10/1), Ginger Fox (20/1), Lethal Missile (20/1), Meraki (50/1), Grey Hare (100/1)
- Happy Power
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