14:20 Yarmouth Thu 20 September 2018
270,000gns yearling by Sea The Stars was impressive on debut at Newbury (7f) when dead-heating despite a slow start and running green. Sure to improve significantly and this Royal Lodge entry is fancied to confirm the huge promise of that debut.
Camacho colt made his debut in a hot Newmarket maiden won by classic contender Sangarius last month and finished eighth of 13. Looked likely to improve for that run but will need to do to be competitive.
Cheap vendor foal by Archipenko is a full-brother to a 7f winner and 5f winner both scorers on AW. Trainer has plenty of two-year-old winners including first time up but pedigree wise others make more appeal.
Colt by prolific sire Lope De Vega ran a promising race on debut at Chelmsford on the AW finishing third of seven over 1m. Took time to get the hang of things there so should improve for the experience and has each-way potential here.
Son of Kodiac who is his trainer's second two-year-old runner of the season and not noted for producing early winners. Best watched on debut. Also entered here on Wednesday.
Made debut earlier this month in a red-hot 7f Ascot maiden won by a colt who has Derby quotes. Bred to stay so extra 1f should help and noted making late headway into seventh despite greenness at Ascot. Will improve for top trainer now.
47,000gns yearling by Le Havre is half-sister to a 7-1m2f winner. Trainer five from 30 with two-year-olds this season but suggest this filly will do well to make the frame.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Sir Michael StouteJ: Jim Crowley|
Boerhan (1/2), Murray River (7/2), Abwab (7/2), Felix (10/1), Capla Crusader (16/1), Cheng Gong (16/1), Akwaan (25/1), Greek Kodiac (40/1), Vin D'honneur (50/1)
- Murray River
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