17:45 Newcastle Tue 9 October 2018
33/1 when a well held sixth of seven on Flat debut in a 1m4f Wolverhampton claimer in June; no conceivable chance.
Demonstrated placed form in bumpers, and was a highly creditable 2L third to Midi over 1m2f (novice) here on Flat debut in August; outclassed on turf in a Doncaster Conditions Stakes (1m2f) latest.
Longstanding maiden under NH rules, and well beaten on recent Flat debut (125/1) at Catterick; no conceivable chance.
7,500gns yearling; half-brother to five winners including Conduct (1m1f-1m4f) and Celestation (7f-1m2f); very green on debut when a keeping on (but well beaten) third to Prabeni (1m4f Ripon); stablemate of Wadacre Gigi.
Frankel colt; half-brother to four winners including Our Obsession (1m-1m4f); beaten favourite, but a respectable third to Jamih at Sandown (1m2f, good to firm) in June, and that form sets the standard; off since and now switched to the AW.
Sea The Stars gelding; 300,000gns yearling; half-brother to seven winners including Moneycantbuymelove (1m-1m2f); 25/1 when a slowly away and toiling seventh of 11 to Enbihaar in a 1m3f Kempton novice last month.
Teofilo gelding out of a French 1m2f winner; closely related to the 1m4f Group 2 winner Nocturnal Fox; stayed on, but never any match for the unbeaten Outbox (pair clear) at Leicester (1m4f, good) last month; key player.
Dam a 1m4f Fibresand winner; 66/1 on debut at Leicester in May (1m4f, good to soft) when a weakening quickly ninth of ten to Raa Atoll; makes the AW switch off a 134 day absence; stablemate of Galitello.
Last Year's Winner
Forest View (1/1), Marechal Ney (5/4), Forewarning (8/1), Galitello (14/1), Toshima (16/1), Wadacre Gigi (50/1), Rock N'stones (150/1), Animated Hero (150/1), Geneva Trumpet (150/1)
- Marechal Ney
- Forest View
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