20:15 Wolverhampton Tue 30 October 2018
Knew his job on debut, but still showed some improvement to win a 1m novice at Kempton last time by ¾L from Stealth Fighter, keeping on well. Will improve further, and shortlisted here.
Promising third over C&D in the spring, and built on that when beating Climb Aboard in a novice here last time, looking to have a bit in hand. Big player again.
Half-brother to a 1m winner in France, but is making his racecourse debut at a belated stage, and likely to find a few too strong.
Promise over 7f here on debut and improved to win over 1m at Newcastle last time. Placed horses have let that form down since, but folly to dismiss him on that account.
Out of a half-sister to QEII Stakes winner Observatory, although her previous foals haven't set the world alight. Gelded prior to this belated debut, and market ought to indicate what's expected.
Looks yard's second string, and has shown very little in three starts to date. Tried in a tongue tie now, but makes very little appeal.
Shamardal colt who cost $450,000 as a yearling. Shaped with promise when 3¼L fourth of 12 to Eraad in a 7f novice at Leicester recently, and not a forlorn hope if improving on that.
Better effort to date when third of 11 to Rockesbury in 7½f novice at Chester last time, and while he should find an opening, this looks a little too deep for him.
Has shown ability amidst greenness in two starts at Lingfield this year, and gives the impression he will win races, but eligible for handicaps after another run, so best watched here.
War Front filly who cost $250,000 as a yearling. Dam a winning half-sister to high-class 2-y-o 5f/6f winner Dutch Art. Encouraging that top connections have persevered with her, and expected to go well on racecourse bow.
Cityscape filly out of a mare who was placed in a maiden race on her sole start. Well beaten after a slow start here last month, and plenty to prove now.
Sepoy half-sister to 7f winner Baby Nayef and useful 6f-1m winner Justice Well, out of a winning half-sister to smart 6f winners Tarjman and Nota Bene. Appeals on pedigree, but a very cheap purchase last year, which tempers confidence.
Regressive maiden who has been well held in two starts for current yard, the latest over hurdles.
Last Year's Winner
|T: S bin SuroorJ: P Cosgrave|
Kings Highway (2/1), Get Back Get Back (4/1), Cantiniere (9/2), Merweb (5/1), Sun Hat (7/1), Turn Of Luck (18/1), Scoffsman (25/1), Logan's Choice (25/1), Irish Charm (33/1), Lumen (66/1), Just Martha (80/1), Escape To The City (100/1), Lope De Loop (150/1)
- Get Back Get Back
- Kings Highway
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