18:15 Chelmsford City Thu 8 November 2018
60,000gns yearling; 4½L runner-up to a stablemate of Themaxwecan on debut at Leicester (1m, good to firm) in September; AW switch.
Cost £36,000 as a juvenile, and is a half-brother to six winners; hasn't figured over positively in a couple of turf starts at Bath (1m2f) so far.
Sent off at big prices on both starts on turf so far (7f), and has appeared to be a backward type; off the track for 69-days and gelded, so improvement could be forthcoming, albeit highly likely nowhere near enough.
28,000gns yearling; ninth foal; half-brother to four winners including US 7f-1m turf scorer Holiday Stone; market helpful.
€35,000 yearling; fifth foal; half-brother to the 1m1f-1m2f winner Sark; stable going fairly well of late, so worthy of market inspection.
Half-brother to the 1m+ AW scorer Sun Hat, but was easy to back and slowly away on debut when finishing seventh of nine to Brian Epstein at Kempton (1m).
New Approach filly (cost £3,000 as a juvenile); started 66/1 on debut at Nottingham (1m+, soft) when a well beaten tenth of 13 to Mannaal; AW debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J H M GosdenJ: R Havlin|
Brasca (11/8), Themaxwecan (9/4), Surrey Breeze (5/2), Waterfront (5/1), Starczewski (5/1), Sea Battle (25/1), Duke Of Dunabar (33/1), Brinkleys Katie (66/1)
- Surrey Breeze
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