14:25 Newmarket Sat 13 October 2018
Well bred son of Sea The Stars. Winner on debut at Newbury before a slightly disappointing effort at Yarmouth when only third of seven. They went a very slow gallop that day and may do better here.
Produced a very promising debut at the Curragh and justified odds-on favouritism at Gowran Park in a 16 runner contest on just second start. Gets different ground here but should continue to improve.
Promising on debut at Ascot when fourth of nine and followed up with an impressive 3L success at Wolverhampton. Runner-up from that has run well in defeat since but that level isn't the strongest level of form.
Invincible Spirit colt, cost 340,000 gns as a foal. Interesting that he was a winner on debut given the amount of improvement the yard's runners usually find from first run to second and the step up in trip is likely in his favour.
Arrives bidding for a hat-trick after a facile success in a four-runner contest at Yarmouth last time out. This is much tougher but clearly going the right way at present.
Siyouni colt, cost €120,000 as a Breeze-up purchase. Stayed on well late in the day here on debut last month. Tough ask on just his second start but hard to put a line through.
Improved from a maiden at Deauville to win his next two starts by wide margins at Chantilly. Fascinating contender for a yard that have an excellent strike-rate at this course.
Improved from his first two runs to win a maiden at Gowran Park. Couldn't land a blow when upped in class at Leopardstown last time and this looks no easier. Down the order on jockey bookings.
Last Year's Winner
|T: C ApplebyJ: W Buick|
Persian King (6/5), Kadar (11/4), Magna Grecia (3/1), Circus Maximus (8/1), Massam (8/1), Western Australia (12/1), Boerhan (14/1), Felix The Poet (20/1), Omnivega (33/1)
- Persian King
- Magna Grecia
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