19:45 Kempton Mon 15 October 2018
Casamento colt who showed enough on debut at Chelmsford to suggest he won't be too long in picking up a race or two. Has place prospects, at least, this time .
27,000 guineas colt by Poet's Voice, dam half-sister to Dubai World Cup winner Moon Ballad. Fair third last time here when couldn't quicken final furlong and may again be in the money over this longer trip.
Colt by Paco Boy out of winning 1m2f mare. Looked clueless on debut and didn't move when stalls opened, eventually jumped off and was a distant last. Too early to rate him on that and may do a little better this time.
52,000 guineas Mukhadram colt who was solidly backed to make wining debut at Salisbury recently and only failed by a neck to beat Clara Peeters. Represents top yard and has big chance to get off the mark.
Gelded son of Derby winner Sir Percy. Looked rather backward on debut at Salisbury and has more than 20 lengths to find with Jahbath. Hard to see him being too competitive.
23,000 guineas colt by Harbour Watch who shaped with promise when third here on debut over 7f, but was ill at ease on tight Chester track when well beaten there last time. Not without place prospects based on his inital effort.
Always prominent and kept on well closing stages at Lingfield over a mile when runner-up last time. Yard having a great time with its juveniles so has to be respected.
Mawatheeq filly who looked very backward when long odds on debut at Leicester three weeks ago finishing a distant 10th of 11. Impossible to recommend.
Showed little on first two starts before much better when fourth here over 7f last time. Hard to see her being good enough but appears to be going the right way.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Blue Mist||2||9-2||9/4||Full Result|
|T: R CharltonJ: Kieran Shoemark|
Jahbath (4/11), Surrey Warrior (9/2), Characteristic (11/2), Fares Poet (8/1), Pop The Cork (25/1), London Pride (50/1), Francisco Bay (66/1), Percy's Prince (66/1), Double Coffee (66/1)
- Fares Poet
- London Pride
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