17:45 Newcastle Fri 9 November 2018
Showed little on debut in far from ideal conditions at Ayr but showed true ability when scoring over 6f at Catterick at 28/1. Looked to appreciate the extra 1f there and, presuming she handles AW, should go well again.
Has finished in the rear on all three starts and needs to improve significantly on AW debut as the weights set him a stiff task.
Lawman colt cost 25,000 gns yearling and is a half-brother to high-class 6f-1m2f winner Librisa Breeze. Never a factor having been slowly away on debut but stable can pop one in at a decent price and not easily discounted.
Stable 2-58 with this age group since 2014, but that includes a winner here on Wednesday who also arrived via a prior run at Newbury.
€13,500 purchase as a yearling by Dandy Man out of a French stayer. Stable 0-41 with juveniles here since 2014.
Relatively cheap purchase who has been beaten an aggregate of 45L in his two starts to date. Looks easy to discount.
Cost £6,500 as a yearling and was never involved at long odds on debut. Hard to make case for at present.
Cost just £800 and makes limited appeal on pedigree. Debut effort revealed little and he looks out of his depth.
€10,000 yearling; third foal; half-sister to a couple of winners including one-time stablemate Golden Jeffrey. Bred to want further and that the indication from her first two starts, but drops a furlong for this.
Foiled a gambled on favourite last time in a Wolverhampton seller. Up in class here but has a lot going for her at the weights in a weak novice event.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Blue Harmony||2||8-9||66/1||Full Result|
|T: K R BurkeJ: Ben Curtis|
Arms Of The Angel (2/1), Island Glen (10/3), Queen Of Scheme (10/3), Lexington Palm (13/2), Tucson (7/1), Kilburn Jerry (33/1), Roll Up Roll Up (33/1), Ritchie Star (50/1), Killer Move (100/1), Cheap Jack (150/1)
- Queen Of Scheme
- Arms Of The Angel
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