12:35 Nottingham Wed 7 November 2018
Third in both runs so far, producing similar efforts. Looks to have claims on that bare form, so any improvement is likely to make him a major player.
16-1 and never a factor when beaten 8L on debut at Chelmsford recently. Switches to turf, and can't rule out improvement this time.
7-1 and made a promising debut at Bath (1m2f, good to soft) last month. Drops slightly in trip, but can't rule out a better effort. Competitive.
Cost 110,000gns as a yearling. Out of a Group-placed 6f winner. Stable 8% with juveniles this season. Market check.
Distorted Humor half-brother to 1m winner Three Weeks out of an unraced half-sister to smart 1¼m-1½m winner Princess Highway. Nice pedigree. Withdrawn after being unruly here last week.
7,000gns foal. 35,000gns yearling. Half-brother to three winners, out of 2m winner. Stable 1-12 with turf juveniles this season. Probably best watched on debut.
50-1 and beaten 25L on debut at Leicester (1m, good to soft) last month. Can only watch this time.
100-1 both starts so far and has not achieved much. Up in trip, but looks likely to appeal more when he has a handicap mark to work with.
4-1 and made an encouraging debut when staying on well for third at Goodwood (1m1f, soft). Holds a Derby entry and looks likely to be one of the leading players in this.
Belied odds of 40-1 on debut, when just over 2L behind Surfman in a C&D maiden (good). Can improve for that experience and mount a more serious challenge.
48,000gns foal. 50,000gns yearling. Half-brother to two winners, out of a Listed-placed 1m winner, who stayed 1m2f. Stable 12% with turf two-year-olds this season. Market check.
25-1 and well held on debut at Newbury recently. Can improve, but watching brief looks prudent this time.
9-2 and ran well when beaten just ½L over C&D (good) on recent debut. That looks strong form in context. Should be thereabouts.
Dam unraced half-sister to Listed-placed 1m winner Illusion, out of 1m Listed winning half-sister to Cherry Hinton winner Dazzle and 7f Listed winner (at two) Hypnotize. Stable 23% with juveniles this season. Can make good debut.
Beaten 36L on debut for this stable over C&D (soft) last month. Can only watch.
Half-sister to three winners, out of a 7f-1m winner (inc. Listed/ at two). Stable 14% with turf juveniles this season and newcomers always respected. Market check.
Last Year's Winner
|1||My Lord And Master||2||9-5||4/1||Full Result|
|T: W J HaggasJ: D Tudhope|
Surfman (10/11), Aweedram (5/1), Rhythmic Intent (7/1), Palladium (12/1), Funny Man (14/1), Beguile (18/1), Durston (20/1), Dear Miriam (25/1), Entrusting (28/1), Perfect Showdance (33/1), Baasem (40/1), Shir Khan (50/1), Gold Arch (80/1), Spargrove (100/1), Mukha Magic (150/1), Land Of Winter (150/1), Nabvutika (250/1)
- Rhythmic Intent
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