12:15 Redcar Tue 6 November 2018
Kingman colt who is a half-brother to five winners, including a French Oaks winner and a Group 3 winner over this distance. Impressive debut success at Sandown and looks the one to beat despite his penalty.
A €300,000 yearling by Lope De Vega, he is the first foal of a 1m2f-1m4f Group Three-winning dam. Decent fourth on debut at Windsor and looks sure to come on for the run.
No wins and placed only once in nine runs for Richard Hannon. Stars out for a new trainer with plenty to prove.
Paco Boy half-brother to useful 5f winner War Spirit and US 5½f/6f winner Naughty Mariana. Showed a fair deal of promise before weakening on debut at Haydock and should be sharper this time.
Gelded son of Monsieur Bond from the family of Group 1 winner Chorist. Best watched as he makes his racecourse bow.
Son of Le Havre who cost €18,000 as a yearling and whose dam won over 1m in France. Down the field on debut at Newcastle and is hard to fancy on that evidence.
Canford Cliffs gelding who fetched €40,000 this year and is a half-brother to three winners over a variety of distances. Stable won this last year so worth a market check on debut.
Improved on debut run when second of 13 over C&D. Going the right way and trainer/jockey combination always to be respected.
Cityscape gelding who cost 27,000 guineas as a yearling.and is from the family of The Trader. Never a threat on debut at York and may need more time to develop.
Gelded son of Slade Power whose dam won over 7f and was placed in Group company. interesting debutant for a stable which does well with its juveniles.
Pivotal colt whose dam won over 1m. Nice pedigree and stable has been in fine form of late. One to note in the betting.
Bated Breath colt who cost £270,000 as a yearling and represents a leading stable. Clear signs of ability on debut at Yarmouth and should do better with that experience under his belt.
Archipenko filly who cost only 5,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to a winner over 1m2f. Best watched as she makes her debut.
Epaulette filly who cost only £2,500 and is out of a dam who was a 1m AW winner. Not disgraced when finishing in mid-division on debut at Catterick, but this looks a tougher contest.
Gregorian filly who is a half-sister to fair performer Savannah Slew. Best watched on debut unless the market speaks in her favour.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Up Sticks And Go||2||9-2||11/4||Full Result|
|T: K DalgleishJ: A Mullen|
King Of Comedy (8/15), Victory Day (4/1), Asad (11/1), Turntable (11/1), Irreverent (12/1), I Could Do Better (33/1), Proton (33/1), Go Annie Go (33/1), Santana Slew (66/1), Be Proud (100/1), Archie's Sister (100/1), Jack Randall (100/1), Half Full (100/1), Fair Alibi (100/1), Pandora Star (125/1), Hartlepool (150/1)
- King Of Comedy
- Victory Day
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