14:40 Brighton Mon 17 September 2018
Unraced son of Harbour Watch bought for 10,000 gns last October. Dam an unraced half-sister to classy performer Mine and market support would be interesting on debut.
Struggled when beaten 22L in a 5f novice contest at Yarmouth (good-to-firm) on debut in July. Stepping up in trip on debut for a new yard.
Fair form in two starts so far including when beaten 7¼L in a C&D novice contest last week. Likely more needed in this contest.
Good effort in finishing a close third over 6f at Yarmouth (good-to-firm) in July. Cheekpieces worn when disappointing on the AW last time out are dispensed with for this step up in distance.
Well held sixth of seven in a 7f contest on the AW at Wolverhampton when debuting last month. Probably best watched at present.
Narrowly beaten in a 7f novice event at Yarmouth (good) at the end of July. Failed to repeat that form in two subsequent outings but a repeat of that effort would see her hard to beat.
Placed over 6f on debut and put a disappointing effort behind her when finishing fourth over this trip at Wolverhampton earlier this month. Stable took this race in both 2015 and 2017.
Unraced daughter of Garswood bought back in for £3,500 at the sales 12 months ago. Dam retired a maiden and worth a check in the market on debut.
Stepped up on debut when finishing runner-up in a good-to-soft ground 7f Newmarket novice contest a month ago. Likely to play a leading role once more.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J G PortmanJ: George Wood|
Red Armour (13/8), Comeonfeeltheforce (6/1), Picture Poet (6/1), Elysian Lady (13/2), Limelighter (7/1), Renardeau (10/1), Miss Gargar (20/1), Maared (25/1), Estrela Star (40/1)
- Red Armour
- Elysian Lady
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