19:00 Kempton Mon 17 September 2018
Clearly been difficult to keep sound and had just two runs in two seasons but was solid second in Doncaster maiden when last seen 14 months ago. That form hasn't worked out too well but is capable of winning races if he stays sound.
Weakened before final furlong in both starts so far over 7f and a mile. Looks the sort to do better once handicapped a little further down the line.
€120,000 Dabirsim colt followed a satisfactory fifth on debut at Chelmsford with a modest effort here last time when very distant fourth in novice stakes. May be a slow learner and could improve so the market signals will be well worth noting.
Proving frustrating and still a maiden after 11 starts having finished second on no less than five occasions. Beaten by small margins in four of his last six races and doesn't appear to do much wrong so maybe he's just been unlucky.
Casamento gelding who drops back nearly half a mile in trip having shown little on debut before running better until eegtting tired final 2f at Windsor last time. Expect him to race prominently and make it a true test.
115,000 guineas yearling, he ran fair race when fifth on only start last year and again showed ability when fourth of 15 in Lingfield maiden in June. Represnts top team so should give supporters a good run for their money.
Sakhee gelding who made a belated racecourse debut at Kempton recently and looked very backward, tailing off from the home turn. Probably needs plenty more time.
Gelded son of Derby winner Motivator makes his racecourse debut for yard that is ticking over nicely at present. Like to be better for the experience but wise to check the market anyway.
Mount Nelson gelding out a 1m4f winner so should stay well in time. Has first taste of racecourse action here and it will be a surprise if he's able to get involved where it matters most.
This daughter of Canford Cliffs has run well on both starts so far, keeping on to be third over 6f on debut at Doncaster then staying on to be beaten just half a length at Newcastle last time. Extra furlong should help and is a major player.
Decent pedigree for this Farhh filly who makes her racecourse bow here for good yard. Any market support would be a plus be she'll probably improve for the experience.
Last Year's Winner
Cuban Heel (11/8), Kynance (3/1), Mukhaater (11/2), Awalii (7/1), Lady Farhh (8/1), Sunday Prospect (33/1), Just Another Idea (33/1), Smiles A Lot (50/1), Aria Rose (50/1), Sir Magnum (66/1), Tilsworth Sammy (100/1)
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