19:15 Kempton Mon 15 October 2018
Made all to win on debut at Leicester last month but found out under his penalty at Pontefract last time. Again has to concede weight all round but may still do well if he takes to the AW surface.
Gelded son of July Cup winner Compton Place but has looked very modest in finishing last in both outings so far. Looks out of his depth once again and wears first time tongue-tie.
Related to some fair staying types but looked very backward on racecourse bow at Salisbury recently. Like so many of his trainer's horses he is likely to do much better last term when stepping up in trip.
Green as grass on racecourse debut at Lingfield but looked to have learned from the experience when staying on to be sixth over seven furlongs here last time. Extra 220 yards will help and may not be far away.
15,000 guineas Archipenko colt who weakened quickly 20 out in Newbury maiden on debut, eventually finishing well beaten. Has it all to do here on the evidence of that run.
Half-sister to no less thans even individual winners and didn't do too badly on debut at Lingfield where she passed a few in the straight after fluffing the start. Should be a little more streetwise now but far more needed to score.
Champs Elysees filly who looked very green on her debut over extended mile at Nottingham and is likely to need more time before we see the best of her.
Gregorian filly makes her racecourse debut here for yard that has been a little quiet over the last month. Probably will benefit from this experience unless market suggests she's ready to roll first time out.
Little to write home about in two starts so far finishing well beaten at Leicester on debut, then last of nine at Kempton recently. Future probably lies handicapping at a modest level.
Phoenix Reach half-sister to decent Lorelina represents top stable and jockey of the season takes the ride. Stable has bit quiet in recent weeks so has to be respected in a modest event.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J G PortmanJ: Daniel Muscutt|
Desert Friend (5/6), Rambaldi (7/2), Luck Of Clover (6/1), Adena Star (8/1), Fast Strike (14/1), Run After Genesis (20/1), Filles De Fleur (25/1), Millers Creek (50/1), Kandinsky (100/1), Image Of The Moon (150/1)
- Desert Friend
- Luck Of Clover
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