15:00 Nottingham Wed 10 October 2018
A 10,000gns yearling by Intello, he a is half-brother to two 1m juvenile winners. Keen when seventh of 10 on debut at Lingfield and needs to show improvement.
Lawman colt who cost 22,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-brother to a couple of winners from 6f to 1m. Likely to be sharper for this debut run, but is worth a check in the market.
A €25,000 yearling by Archipenko, he is a half-brother to a 1m two-year-old winner and a German 7f winner. Failed to get involved on debut at Lingfield and looks one for further down the line.
Failed to build on fair Chester debut when returned to that track at the end of last month. Early days for him, but nurseries may see him to best advantage.
Jukebox Jury colt who cost €34,000 as a yearling and is out of a maiden half-sister to French Guineas/Derby winner Brametot. Green when dead heating for second on debut at Kempton and looks sure to improve.
Lope De Vega colt who fetched 150,000 gns as a yearling and is from the family of a filly who was placed in the French 1,000 Guineas. Pedigree and purchase price command respect, but debut run may be needed.
A €200,000 purchase by Sea The Stars out of a useful French dam who won over 1m at two and later over 1m2f. Needed the experience when finishing in mid-division on debut at Newmarket and should do much better this time.
Kingman colt who cost 140,000 gns and is a half-brother to Group 1 performer KItesurf. Plenty of appeal on paper and market will probably be the best guide to his chance on his racecourse bow.
Son Of Kingman who is a half-brother to the very useful Time Test. Fine pedigree and is another to note as he begin his racing career.
Unplaced on all three starts and is probably up against it in this company, Likely to be better suited to handicaps in due course.
Last Year's Winner
Tempus (11/8), Star Safari (3/1), Mind The Crack (4/1), Surfman (9/2), Octavia Minor (16/1), Battle Of Wills (33/1), Rhythmic Intent (40/1), Gabrial The Giant (80/1), Cheng Gong (100/1), Barsa Kelmes (100/1)
- Mind The Crack
- Star Safari
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