16:05 Haydock Fri 19 October 2018
Cityscape half-brother to connections' Fred Darling Stakes winner Redstart. Shaped with lots of promise on debut at Sandown in August, and barely needed to improve to land a 7f novice on heavy ground at Ayr last time. Sure to make a bold bid.
Dark Angel half-brother to six winners, but looked very green when last to finish on debut at Brighton recently. Sure to do better at some point, but this comes soon enough.
Out of a half-sister to Prix de Diane winner Confidential Lady and looked a good prospect when second of 8 to Chapman Billy in heavy-ground event at Ayr on debut, running green but staying on well. Big player with improvement expected.
Has failed to live up to market expectations in two starts over 7f to date, and while he may do better, he looks opposable in this line-up.
Gelded son of Champs Elysees who shaped better than the result when sixth of 11 to Lariat in a 1m novice at Ayr on debut. Could outrun his odds again.
Paco Boy half-brother to useful 5f winner War Spirit and US 5½f/6f winner Naughty Mariana. Cheaply bought given fair pedigree, and gelded prior to racecourse debut. Others more appealing.
Has shown some ability in 7f runs at Thirsk and York, but hard to see him making the breakthrough here, and handicaps will offer better opportunities.
Gelded son of Mukhadram who boasts an ordinarty pedigree, and can be expected to improve for this initial experience.
Dark Angel filly who has beaten just one rival in three starts to date, and looks to be out of her depth kept to novice company.
Last Year's Winner
Guildhall (11/10), Coup De Gold (3/1), City Tour (3/1), Elysian Flame (8/1), Asian Angel (20/1), Magrevio (33/1), Fair Alibi (50/1), Tabou Beach Boy (66/1), Orrell Angel (100/1)
- City Tour
- Elysian Flame
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