14:35 Goodwood Sun 14 October 2018
Figures have improved with each start and enjoyed the switch to turf when breaking his maiden at Newbury (6f, good to soft) last time. Life tougher here under a penalty but on an upward curve and could improve again.
Son of Slade Power who's price dropped from 52,000 gns as a foal to 27,000 gns as a yearling. Has an Irish 2000 guineas entry and market should be a good guide on debut.
Made all to win over 6f at Newbury in July and showed up well in the Super Sprint at Newbury. Disappointed the last twice in handicap company but should find this a little easier now with cheekpieces on for the first time.
Mayson colt that cost 15,000 gns as a yearling. Dam was unraced and yard are not renown for two-year-old winners. Market best guide.
Respectable effort when placed at Kempton on debut and positioned too wide at Chester last time. Tough ask but drop back in trip on quicker ground may see her to better effect.
Zebedee filly that cost £16,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to 5f winner Koditime. Dam was a maiden on the flat. Positive jockey booking and market check needed.
Dandy Man filly that cost €10,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to three winners. Yard having a good year with two-year-olds and market check very much needed.
Beaten favourite on her last two starts but the winner at Brighton last time has gone in again since and looks useful. Had a break of three months and getting weight off her main rivals here she has major claims once more.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Lady Dancealot||2||8-9||11/8||Full Result|
|T: D R C ElsworthJ: S De Sousa|
Chairmanoftheboard (1/1), Sir Busker (9/4), Miss Elsa (8/1), Cookupastorm (10/1), Foxy Femme (10/1), Riviera Claire (16/1), Uponastar (16/1), Milly Monroe (25/1), Bring Us Paradise (50/1), Milldean Panther (100/1)
- Miss Elsa
- Sir Busker
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