15:25 Sandown Fri 14 September 2018
Dansili colt out of a maiden half-sister to Champion Stakes winner Pride. Slowly away on debut but made good late progress and entiltled to come on considerably for the run.
60,000 gns son of Siyouni who has a bit to find from his debut but was keeping on as though this extra furlong would help. Stable has won three of the last seven renewals and their runners tend to improve for each run.
Nicely bred, dam a French winner over 10f and is closely related to other winners over middle distances. Slowly away when a well backed favourite on debut and should be suited by extra trip. Looks likely to progress with experience.
Sixties Icon colt who cost only £4,500 and remains best watched after always being behind and eventually tailed off on debut.
Well bred colt being by Mastercraftsmen out of Allegretto and representing leading connections on debut. Market should prove informative but will prefer a stiffer test in time.
Smartly bred Australia colt who ran with promise despite being green over 7f here and always likely to improve as he goes up in trip. Stable has won this three times in the last six years and although he'll need further in time is respected.
Price rose to 72,000gns as a yearling and not as much stamina in his pedigree as some of these rivals. Best watched with trainer's runners tending to improve with a run.
Dansili colt out of an unraced dam by Galileo. Likely to need further but worth a check in the market on debut.
70,000gns yearling by Sepoy out of a dam who won over 1m2f. While not disgraced at Brighton failed to progress on Yarmouth debut. Easier surface may help but improvement required.
Beautifully bred Dubawi colt who has been progressive in three starts to date and sets the standard on a good second at Newmarket. Rates a clear contender.
By Dansili out of an unraced sister to Arlington Million winner Powerscourt. Got going late at Newbury but looked unsuited by an easier surface when eventually tailed off at Newmarket. Questions to answer.
Aussie Rules colt out of a modest maiden who has produced nothing of note from her previous offspring. Well beaten at long odds on debut and this looks an extremely tough task.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Crossed Baton||2||9-2||2/1||Full Result|
|T: J H M GosdenJ: Harry Bentley|
Venedegar (11/4), Gentle Look (3/1), Kosciuszko (9/2), Aussie Nugget (9/2), Dawn Treader (12/1), Mubariz (14/1), Tony Chestnut (20/1), Jeweller (20/1), Wojood (25/1), Migration (50/1), Your Mothers' Eyes (66/1), Ginge N Tonic (100/1)
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