16:40 Redcar Tue 18 September 2018
Has made a decent start and justified odds-on favouritism to score by 5L at Chelmsford (6f, AW) last time. Shoulders a penalty for that, but open to improvement and should prove tough to beat.
Well held in both starts so far and can only watch on that evidence.
Showed a bit of promise in France in two starts during 2016 for Andre Fabre. Changed hands last year for £6,000 and is one to watch on his stable debut.
Well held in both starts to far and now dropped in trip. Not easy to make a case for him.
Improved for her debut when showing a bit more promise at Newcastle (5f, AW) recently. Looks more one to note when she switches to handicaps.
Didn't show a great deal in six starts for Brian Meehan. Changed hands for just £1,500 a year ago. Withdrawn when refusing to enter the stalls at Catterick last month. Hood now fitted. Best watched.
Beaten just ½L at Carlisle (5f, good to soft) last time, that from a mark of 66. Still open to a bit of improvement and switches back to this sphere with frame claims in a weak enough contest.
Second reported foal. Full-sister to Kulgri, placed 7f-1m½f. Dam 6f-1m AW winner (inc at two), half-sister to useful 7f-1m4¾f (inc AW) winner Northgate. Stable's three-year-olds 13% this season and can have debut winners. Market check.
Well beaten in all three starts so far and has an official rating of just 25. Impossible to make a case for her.
Never really competitive in two runs so far. Drops in trip here, but a watching brief is again advised.
Last Year's Winner
Field Gun (1/4), Hermana Santa (5/1), Majeem (8/1), Cape Hill Cotter (16/1), Mambila (20/1), Cotton Socks (33/1), Go Bananas (33/1), Bharanian Breeze (50/1), Bevsboy (66/1), Marcella (100/1), Red Allure (100/1)
- Field Gun
- Hermana Santa
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