12:45 Redcar Tue 6 November 2018
Stable debut when scoring at Thirsk last month, but not so good at Catterick last time. Looks vulnerable under his penalty.
Stepped up on debut run when good third of eight at Ayr. More improvement is on the cards so he could get involved.
Heeraat gelding who cost 4,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-brother to a 5f winner. Tailed off on debut at Pontefract and needs to make dramatic improvement.
Nathaniel colt who is a half-brother to the useful Dal Harraild. Will need further than this in time, but he makes his debut in a winnable race and has to be respected.
Signs of ability on both starts at York and Ayr. Qualifies for a handicap mark after this and he could be more effective in that sphere.
Mayson colt who is a half-brother to several winners. Green when tailed off on debut at York and is one for further down the line.
Little promise on debut at Ayr, but much better over C&D last time after being gelded. Likely to take another step forward.
Fair fourth over 1m at this track last time after running over 1m2f on debut. Takes another drop in distance and should go well for last year's winning stable.
Dream Ahead half-brother to five winners who cost 37,000 gns as a yearling. Nicely backed when showing a little promise over C&D on debut and should do better with that experience under his belt.
Beaten a long way on both starts at Haydock and this venue. Looks a work in progress for a stable going well.
Fourth of 14 over 6f at this track last month. Longer trip ought to suit, but she has plenty to do to trouble the best of her rivals.
Pivotal filly out of an unplaced dam from a decent family at around 1m. Fair deal of promise on debut over 6f at Yarmouth and should improve considerably for top stable in great form.
Yorgunnabelucky filly who finished last of 14 on debut over 6f at this course. Needs to take a major step forward in a first-time hood.
Sepoy filly who is a half-sister to six winners. Not much to shout about on debut at Beverley in August, but should do better in time and is tried in blinkers.
Morpheus half-sister to 5f/6f winner Zeeoneandonly and 1m winner Schimea. Debut run at Yarmouth not devoid of promise, so could go well with improvement on the cards.
Last Year's Winner
Dashed (5/2), Dal Horrisgle (11/4), George Mallory (4/1), Shimmering Dawn (6/1), Five Amarones (15/2), Beaufort (16/1), Iron Mike (20/1), Jimmy Greenhough (40/1), Gremoboy (50/1), Crystal Carole (50/1), Gunnabedun (66/1), Seamisst (66/1), Rebeljustforkicks (100/1), My Strong Man (100/1), Combination (100/1)
- Dal Horrisgle
- Shimmering Dawn
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