18:40 Kempton Wed 10 October 2018
Hurdler/chaser; sold for £25,000 since finishing second for Gordon Elliott in a 2m4f Beginners Chase at Kilbeggan in September; Flat debut.
Sole win over jumps came in France for Emmanuel Clayeux (2m1f Aix-les-Bains; June 2016); most unlikely on Flat debut.
Eighth foal; brother to the 1m+ AW winner Hot Mustard; others appeal as likelier candidates; wide draw to overcome.
Has gradually built up a portfolio of placed form after seven starts, including when finishing 2L third to Dragon Mountain in a 1m2f Class 4 handicap (rated 76) here last month; chance.
Bought unraced for 25,000gns in October 2017; brother to the 1m3f-1m5f winner Tenzing Norgay; shown consistent form in all three starts on Tapeta at Wolverhampton (at up to 1m4f).
30,000gns yearling; absent since racing keenly over 7f at Newmarket in August 2017; difficult to assess, but is opposed.
Started at sizeable odds on both starts so far (1m2f-1m4f), and a similar scenario looks likely tonight based on the strength of those most underwhelming efforts.
10,000gns yearling; starting to look exposed following some low-key efforts of late, including over 1m on handicap debut (Class 5) at Ffos Las in August; more required over a new trip.
Brother to the 1m2f-2m winner Low Sun; not heading in the right direction form wise, but some of his earlier efforts (namely when placed over 1m2f at Newbury in July) make him a major player in a weak race.
Half-sister to five winners including Lady Dutch (5f-1m); very green on debut over 1m here last month (finished 11L fifth of 11 to Awalii); possibility of more to come over an extra 2f with that valuable experience banked.
100/1 when a tailed-off tenth of 12 on debut at Wolverhampton (1m1f+) in September; very unlikely judged solely upon that effort.
Dam was a 1m4f winner, and this filly is a half-sister to the 6f winner Angel of Darkness and the 7f-1m Newcastle regular Picketts Charge; low-key efforts so far (0-2), but could prove capable of winning at a lesser level once handicapped.
38,000gns foal; 30,000gns yearling; fourth foal; half-sister to winners Frown (1m2f-1m4f) and Skimp (1m); dam placed between 7f-1m2f.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Wine List||3||9-5||6/4||Full Result|
|T: A M BaldingJ: Oisin Murphy|
Silver Crescent (7/4), Caspar The Cub (15/8), Don't Look Down (9/2), Crezic (12/1), Lady Farhh (20/1), Le Precieux (25/1), Serjeant Painter (33/1), Maroon Bells (33/1), Sweetest Smile (33/1), Brecqhou Island (66/1), Petra's Pony (66/1), Lovelysimplylovely (66/1), Sargento (66/1)
- Silver Crescent
- Lady Farhh
- Caspar The Cub
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