15:50 Worcester Mon 17 September 2018
Presenting gelding who cost £34,000 as a three-year-old. Winner at Taunton on debut, held next time under penalty but good second at Fontwell last month off a break and respected again now.
Unfancied at 66/1 but promising fourth of 11 on bumper debut at Stratford in June. Went well for a while next time at Uttoxeter before being pulled up. Could be capable of better.
Dubai Destination gelding. Brother to fairly useful 1m-1m2½f winner Try Again. Yard not noted for bumper winners but positive jockey booking ensures he's worth some close scrutiny.
Flemensfirth gelding. Dam, unraced, closely related to fairly useful hurdler/useful chaser (stays 3m+) Indian Castle. Worth noting on debut for Jonjo O'Neill.
Interesting daughter of Robin Des Champs. Stayed on well to land the spoils in a Cork bumper last month, improved form when second at Down Royal under a penalty since and sets the bar for this test.
Morozov half-sister to two minor winners out of a dam who won a point-to-point. Well held in last month's debut at Newton Abbot and yard have modest record in this sphere.
Flat-bred mare, unable to show much in two bumper outings for previous stable and looks forlorn hope starting out for this new yard.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton|
Stacey Sue (5/6), Represented (2/1), Berboru (6/1), Dessie's Diamond (8/1), Golden Promise (12/1), Bagan (33/1), Young Sunshine (66/1), Spring Storm (100/1)
- Stacey Sue
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