15:35 Leicester Tue 16 October 2018
Second foal. Half-brother to GB 6f AW (at two)/Spanish 7f winner City Gent. Dam Listed-placed 6f winner (inc at two AW). Stable's juveniles enjoying a better-than-average season at 18%, so market check advised.
Went very close to a debut win at York and bettered that last time when third at Newmarket (both 7f). Entitled to serious consideration.
120,000gns foal. First foal. Dam 5f winner, sister to 1m winner Estifzaaz, closely related to useful 1m-1m1f winner Lamloom. Top stable's juveniles at just 9% this season, but one to note in the market ahead of his debut.
4,000gns yearling, £14,000 at two. Sixth foal. Dam unraced half-sister to 1m juvenile Group 1 Racing Post Trophy winner Kingsbarns, US 1m Grade 3 winner Sweeter Still and 7f Group 3 winner Belle Artiste. Stable lacking juvenile success this season.
Made a good improvement on his debut when ½L second at Ascot (7f, good) last month. Looks like a very live contender in this field.
80,000gns yearling. 5th foal. Half-brother to winners Damsah (5f-7½f), Dick Tracy (7f AW at two) & Moteo (1m). Dam 6f-7½f winner (inc at two/Listed). Stable among the winners and its two-year-old's an improved 20% this season. Could go well.
50-1 and while not disgraced on debut, he looks one to watch in this line-up.
Has produced two similarly promising efforts so far, without looking to be anything special by the standards of his trainer's stock. However, still early days so can't write him off, but signficant improvement needed here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HannonJ: S M Levey|
Estihdaaf (5/6), Monsieur Noir (11/4), Red Armada (7/2), St Peters Basilica (6/1), City Master (12/1), Revolutionise (14/1), Mokammal (16/1), Greek Kodiac (16/1), Rock The Cradle (25/1), Mukha Magic (100/1)
- Red Armada
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