13:35 Ayr Thu 11 October 2018
Making steady improvements and gelded since his last run. Blinkers on and could get more competitive, but not easy to see him winning.
100-1 and well held last of 11 on debut here over 1m (soft) last month. Much more needed.
€25,000 & €17,000 yearling. Half-brother to two juvenile winners, Shamrock Sheila (5f-6f) and Cappadocia (6f-7f). Dam French 1m winner. Promising pedigree. Market check ahead of his debut.
€2,000 yearling. €20,000 at two. Dam placed French 1m turf/AW claimers, out of 7f/1m winning half-sister to 1m4f Listed winner Grey Glitters and 1m Listed winner Loupy Glitters. Stable juveniles 14% this season. Market check.
Fifth foal. Half-brother to 5f-6f winner Holmeswood (inc AW at two). Dam 5f winner (inc at two), full-sister to 5f AW winner Never A Quarrel, half-sister to two fairly useful winners. Stable juveniles 14% this season. Market check.
Still improving as shown by her 2L second over C&D (heavy) last time. Has the strongest form on paper here and any continued improvement will probably make her tough to beat.
Has gone off at big odds and suffered heavy defeats in both starts. Watching brief advised.
66-1 on both starts so far and well beaten over both 6f and 7f on AW. Much improvement needed.
9-2 and led much of the way before being beaten 4L on debut at Pontefract (6f, good). That was perhaps a bit more promising than what the bare form figures suggest, and she could be thereabouts this time.
Last Year's Winner
Epona (13/8), Pendleton (2/1), Warning Fire (4/1), Jean Merci (10/1), Gunnabedun (14/1), Key To The Orient (33/1), Bobs Authority (50/1), Caledonia Lass (66/1), Silver Pass (80/1), God Of Dreams (100/1), Milabella (150/1)
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