12:05 Wolverhampton Tue 6 November 2018
Gelded son of Dandy Man whose price rose to £58,000 at the breeze-up sale. Followed a narrow defeat at Catterick on debut with a gutsy win over the same C&D. Sets the standard.
Dandy Man gelding cost 110,000gns and kept on from off the pace over 6f in a warm contest on debut. Likely to have learnt plenty from the experience and should be a leading contender.
Acclamation half-brother to US 5f-7f dirt winner Aussie Rocks. Down again in trip after failing to improve from debut and has plenty to find.
Captain Gerrard filly has been tailed off at triple-figure odds on both starts and hard to make any sort of case for.
Sepoy filly has yet to beat a rival home in two runs to date. Easy to overlook until showing more.
Piccolo filly whose dam won over 7f and is a half-sister to Haajes. Plenty to find with stablemate Leodis Dream from her Catterick debut.
Kodiac filly who cost £70,000 as a yearling. Showed pace but weakened a furlong out over 6f on debut. Can improve for the drop in trip but this requires significant improvement.
Society Rock filly who cost only 3,500 gns as a yearling. Showed promise on debut after recovering from a slow start before tiring late. Likely to have benefited from the run and place possibilities.
Kyllachy filly showed some pace but ultimately well held on debut. Stable also run Society Star and big improvement required.
Daughter of Requinto out of a Bahamian Bounty mare and cost £8,000 as a yearling. Stable not noted for juvenile winners and best watched on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Towelrads Boy||2||9-2||15/2||Full Result|
|T: P F I ColeJ: P J McDonald|
Leodis Dream (8/15), Celtic Manor (5/2), Global Acclamation (12/1), Society Star (16/1), Lincoln Spirit (20/1), Talk Like This (20/1), Pretty Eyes (25/1), Swell Song (50/1), Velvet Vixen (66/1), Amber Lily (100/1), Bettshekan (100/1)
- Celtic Manor
- Leodis Dream
- Society Star
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