15:00 Brighton Tue 9 October 2018
Won at Ffos Las two starts back and only narrowly denied under a penalty at Chelmsford last time. Probably needs to step up on that again here but is going the right way.
Dark Angel colt that cost €45,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to six winners and likely to know his job on debut. Respected and market check needed.
Already gelded son of Poet's Voice that cost 80,000 gns as a yearling. Very much respected on debut for powerful yard and market check needed.
Dutch Art colt who finished fourth on debut at the July meeting before going down narrowly over the same C&D to a smart looking type. Well held odds-on favourite last time at Yarmouth and now needs to bounce back. Cheekpieces added.
Kendargent colt cost €52,000 as a foal but went unsold at auction earlier this year. Never on terms on debut at Newbury but yards runners tend to need their first experience and no surprise were he to show much more here.
New Approach colt that's a half-brother to two winners. Promise in first two starts for Hugo Palmer and starts life today for new yard. Should do better and is respected.
Iffraaj filly, half-sister to eight winners (from trips of 6f-1m4f) that has looked in need of the experience on her first two starts. Looks like handicaps will suit on the back of this.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Ed WalkerJ: L P Keniry|
Machell Place (11/8), Catan (11/4), Mudeer (6/1), Bagatino (8/1), Startego (10/1), Asian Angel (10/1), Starry (12/1), Unwanted Beauty (66/1)
- Machell Place
- Asian Angel
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