20:15 Chelmsford City Thu 18 October 2018
A well-bred filly (full-sister to Hong Kong three-time Group 1 winner Lucky Nine). Improved on second starts to win comfortably at Wolverhampton. More on plate under a penalty here but should be capable of plenty more.
Kodiac gelding, cost €25,000 as a foal and 200,000 gns as a yearling. Showed some ability on debut here over 1m but took a step backwards at Pontefract next time. Needs to get back to debut effort.
Ran good races at both Ascot and Ffos Las so far but very disappointing when sent off short price favourite at Catterick last time. Questions to answer after that.
Cost 75,000gns as a yearling but sold for just £8,000 at the recent Doncaster sales. Needs to improve significantly on the form he showed for Brian Meehan and is best watched on his debut for his new yard.
Gelded son of Helmet out of a Barathea mare. Price rose from 17,000 gns as a foal to £60,000 as a yearling. Showed promise on debut and should do better.
Tailed off on both starts so far and would need a huge amount of improvement to be a factor here. Best watched.
Shamardal filly from a dam that was a winner over 7f in France. Yard know how to ready one first time and market check very much needed.
Acclamation filly that cost 65,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to seven winners and dam was a winner up to 1m. Likely type on paper and market check essential.
Canford Cliffs filly. Half-sister to two-year-old 6f winner Shaka Zulu and two-year-old 7f/1m winner Under Control. Slowly away and never on terms on debut at Lingfield (7f, good to firm). Should do better.
Last Year's Winner
Muneyra (8/11), Thaayer (3/1), Heavenly Holly (7/1), Mathematical (9/1), Preacher Man (12/1), Creek Harbour (22/1), Poeta Brasileiro (33/1), Sweet Nature (66/1), Shaji (100/1), Asharedmoment (150/1)
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