18:15 Chelmsford City Sat 13 October 2018
Son of Munnings whose price rose from $55,000 as a yearling to 160,000 gns at the breeze-up sales in April. Bred to have pace for a very good trainer of sprinters and is one to note on debut.
Daughter of Kodiac who cost 20,000 gns as a yearling. Showed promise on debut and probably didn't need to improve on that when coming off a fast tempo to win at Kempton. More required but extra furlong a plus.
Oasis Dream filly, cost €220,000 as a foal and 340,000 gns as a yearling. Green but shaped well in a strong maiden where the winner was subsequently second in the G3 Prestige Stakes. Only likely to improve and the one to beat.
First foal by Pivotal out of a dam who was a maiden up to 1m. Half-sister to ill-fated Group 3 winner Newfangled. Slowly away and green on debut but finished with good effect despite trouble in the run. An obvious contender.
Daughter of Gale Force Ten who cost €30,000 as a yearling. Shaped on debut as though this extra furlong would suit but a bit to find on bare form.
Last Year's Winner
Furious (8/13), Open Sea (10/3), Favre (6/1), Invincibella (14/1), Orchid Killer (16/1)
- Open Sea
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