18:00 Kempton Mon 17 September 2018
First-time blinkers are applied for this so far disappointing colt who has failed to live up to his promising pedigree thus far. Too early to dismiss but needs to get his act together.
Beaten on the nod in Newmarket seller on penultimate start and not disgraced when last of six but only beaten two lengths at Chelmsford last time wearing a visor for the first time. Eased 2lb so shouldn't be too far away.
Failed to place in three starts so far but there have been a few signs of ability and didn't appear to handle the sharp Chester track last time. Handicap bow here and needs to start putitng things together.
Havana Gold filly who showed signs of ability in first two starts but has been less encouraging last two starts, including on handicap debut. First-time cheekpieces might help and would have claims if reproducing early efforts.
No great shakes first four starts but did much better last time when beaten a length into second place here over 6f. Interesting to see if the extra furlong helps but represents good yard and should be thereabouts.
€310,000 Le Havre gelding but has done very litle to justify that hefty price tag in four starts so far. Weakened inside final furlong on handicap bow over 7f last time in first-time blinkers which are dispended with this time.
Only modest Camacho filly whose fourth in a seller at Wolverhampton last month would probably be her best effort so far. Cheekpieces added and good apprentice booked so there may be hope of some improvement.
Five starts so far and best run came over C&D when on handicap bow last month. Latest effort best overlooked as was badly hampered, so on previous run has definite prospects and rates a leading contender
Mukhadram filly who has shown little of note in her three appearances so far and despite modest mark for this handicap debut is very hard to enthuse over.
Fair pedigree for this Dandy Man filly but she really has been disappointing in three starts so far, showing precious little. Handicap bow but looks up against it and others are readily preferred.
Last Year's Winner
Burning Lake (11/4), Fast Endeavour (4/1), Roca Magica (5/1), Rajman (6/1), Riverwing (6/1), Yellow Fire (8/1), Where's Perle (8/1), Padura Brave (14/1), Fanny Grand (20/1), Sohni Kudi (25/1), Seafaring Girl (33/1), Look Sharp (66/1)
- Fast Endeavour
- Padura Brave
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