17:45 Kempton Mon 8 October 2018
Redcar winner during the summer and ran well in a valuable nursery at Doncaster last time. Should go well again, but is vulnerable under her penalty.
Champs Elysees filly out of a Dubawi mare. Nice enough pedigree, but trainer tends to bring along his horses steadily and this debutant may need the experience.
Motivator filly who cost only £1,000 as a yearling, but is a half-sister to a couple of winners from 5f to 1m. Probably best watched on debut.
Footstepsinthesand filly who fetched €12,000 as a yearling and is a half-sister to a juvenile winner on the AW. Stable can prepare one for its debut so a check in the betting is prudent.
Delegator filly whose dam won over 7f on the AW. Best watched on debut unless the market speaks in her favour.
Has shown some ability on all three starts and should win a race in due course. That is more likely to be the case when she goes handicapping.
Runner-up, not beaten far, on both starts at Chelmsford and Wolverhampton. Trainer also saddles Charline, but this one looks the yard's main hope.
Early promise for Charlie Hills, but did not progress and now starts out for a new stable. Shaped well on his previous run at this venue.
Daughter of Garswood who was bought back in for £3,500 at the sales 12 months ago. Last of nine on debut at Brighton and needs to show significant improvement.
Helmet filly who cost only €5,500 as a yearling and is a half-sister to a winner over 1m1f. Best watched on her first appearance on a racecourse.
Swiss Spirit filly who fetched €15,000 as a yearling and is closely relate to a couple of winners over 6f. Stable does well with its juveniles, so any market support for this one should be noted.
Daughter of Bated Breath who was purchased for 20,000 gns at the sales in May. No show on debut at Windsor and needs to show much more.
Improved for switch to nursery company when runner-up over 1m at this venue recently. Slightly surprising to see her back in a race of this nature, but she has every chance on form.
Well beaten on both outings at Lingfield. Hard to make any sort of case for. but may do better when handicapping.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R VarianJ: Andrea Atzeni|
Toybox (11/8), Freed From Desire (11/2), Emily's Sea (13/2), Hawayel (7/1), Charline (11/1), Dreaming Of Love (14/1), Miss Pollyanna (16/1), Atalanta Breeze (25/1), Solfeggio (50/1), Delcia (50/1), Piste de Reflexion (50/1), Miss Gargar (66/1), Celestial (80/1), We Are All Dottie (150/1)
- Emily's Sea
- Freed From Desire
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