18:30 Kempton Mon 17 September 2018
Well suported and sent off warm favourite on debut at Lingfield a few weeks ago winning in good style with plenty in hand. Carries 7lb penalty but sets a fair standard and won't be far away.
Made very promising debut when third to subsequent Royal Ascot winner but hasn't really built on that in two runs since then. A revival not ruled out but has work to do.
19,000 guineas son of Sea The Moon and is related to a number of fair winners. Makes his racecourse debut and probably worth a market check to see if there is any support.
Bated Breath colt whose dam is from a family that includes listed winners and makes his debut here. May have been well bought at 11,000 guineas and is of interest on his first appearances.
American bred colt who showed plenty of promise when fifth of 13 at Newmarket on debut then did better last time when beaten just a head in Ascot novice event last time. In receipt of 7lb from the previous winner he has to have a leading chance.
18,000 guineas daughter of Helmet has proved a little disappointing in two starts so far and needs to start getting her act together if she's hoping to make her presence felt in this company.
Fairly cheaply bought daughter of Kodiac, hails from yard not really known for getting them ready first time out. Likely to improve for the run unless market tells another story.
Harnbour Watch filly who seems to be giong the right way and improved on quiet debut when mid-division finisher at Windsor last time. Could be one for nurseries in due course and should win a race or two.
Daughter of Showcasing, related to four individual winners and hails from yard that can produce good juveniles. Certainly worth noting for any market support and wouldn't be without a chance. Good apprentice claims 3lb.
Last Year's Winner
Kamikaze Lord (2/7), Naughty Rascal (11/4), Bob The Bruce (12/1), Riviera Claire (16/1), Deptford Mick (25/1), Classic Star (33/1), Fanny Chenal (33/1), Harbour Times (50/1), Diva Bella (66/1)
- Kamikaze Lord
- Riviera Claire
- Naughty Rascal
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