12:15 Redcar Tue 6 November 2018

  • British Stallions Studs EBF Novice Stakes (Div 1) (Class 5)
  • 7f, Soft (Good to Soft in places)
  • 15 Runners
  • Winner£4,528.002nd£1,348.003rd£673.004th£337.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 26.25sOff time:12:15:38
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1
(6)
29-9OR: D
8/15

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.

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2
(2)
29-2OR:
11/1

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.

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3
(7)
29-2OR: 59
100/1

No wins and placed only once in nine runs for Richard Hannon. Stars out for a new trainer with plenty to prove.

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4
(13)
29-2OR:
100/1

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.

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5
(11)
29-2OR:
100/1

Gelded son of Monsieur Bond from the family of Group 1 winner Chorist. Best watched as he makes his racecourse bow.

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6
(9)
29-2OR:
150/1

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.

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7
(3)
33/1

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.

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8
(15)
29-2OR:
12/1

Improved on debut run when second of 13 over C&D. Going the right way and trainer/jockey combination always to be respected.

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9
(14)
29-2OR:
100/1

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.

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10
(5)
29-2OR:
33/1

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.

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11
(12)
29-2OR:
11/1

Pivotal colt whose dam won over 1m. Nice pedigree and stable has been in fine form of late. One to note in the betting.

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12
(16)
29-2OR:
4/1

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.

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13
(8)
100/1

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.

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15
(4)
28-11OR:
125/1

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.

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16
(1)
28-11OR:
66/1

Gregorian filly who is a half-sister to fair performer Savannah Slew. Best watched on debut unless the market speaks in her favour.

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Non-Runners

14
(10)
Go Annie Go18
28-11OR: 57
T: Miss M E RowlandJ: William Cox

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
7Up Sticks And Go29-211/4Full Result
T: K DalgleishJ: A Mullen

Betting

Forecast

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)

Verdict

A decent juvenile contest in which Victory Day, Asad and Fair Alibi should step up on promising debut runs. I Could Do Better, Proton and Turntable are interesting newcomers and Irreverent is on the upgrade, but KING OF COMEDY created a good impression when winning on debut at Sandown and may be able to defy his penalty.
  1. King Of Comedy
  2. Victory Day
  3. Irreverent

Video Replay

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