18:50 Newcastle Fri 21 September 2018
Son of Olympic Glory who cost €22,000 as a yearling. Debut fourth is only modest form but likely to improve with experience for leading trainer of juveniles and extra furlong will help.
€22,000 Gregorian colt who has improved on each start over 7f so far. Has shaped as though he will prove better as he gets up in trip and sets a good standard.
€25,000 euro colt by Bungle Inthejungle who was withdrawn at the start on his intended debut here but then did shape better on his second start at Thirsk. Much more required to feature.
Cost €24,000 as a two-year-old and all stable's juvenile winners this season have come on turf. Worth a precautionary check in the betting on debut.
Son of Style Vendome who cost €25,000 and will come into his own over further in time. Stable two from 10 on the AW with juveniles this year but runners do tend to come on for their debut.
Anodin colt that cost €18,000 as a yearling. Showed promise when a well backed favourite on debut but was never travelling up a furlong at Wolverhampton in July. May bounce back after a break.
Gelded son of Footstepsinthesand bought for £3,500 at the sales last year. Well beaten at a big price on debut and easy to overlook.
By Vocalised out of a Galileo mare and needs to find considerable improvement on two starts to date. Remains best watched.
21,000 gns son of Universal who will appreciate further in time. Stable in good form at present and although he's likely to improve with experience is worth a check in the market.
Teofilo colt who fetched €20,000 as a yearling. Bred to like a stiffer test in due course but interesting on debut for stable well capable of readying a newcomer.
Cost £15,000 as a yearling and her stable are yet to have a juvenile winner this season. Others preferred on debut.
Daughter of Camelot who cost €20,000 as a yearling and a half-sister to an Italian winner. Doesn't catch the eye on debut for trainer who has just one juvenile winner this year.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Grant TuerJ: J Garritty|
Victoriano (9/4), Universal Order (3/1), Dancin Boy (4/1), Chance Of Glory (8/1), Capla Flyer (10/1), Simon's Smile (14/1), Emirates Station (16/1), Well Funded (16/1), Myklachi (33/1), Dothraki (33/1), Swift Intrigue (40/1), Ritchie Star (50/1), The Gabba (80/1), Siriusly Quick (250/1)
- Dancin Boy
- Capla Flyer
- Simon's Smile
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