16:10 Wincanton Sat 10 November 2018
Arakan gelding that was a cheap purchase at just €5,000 as a three-year-old. Yard having a resurgence this year and market check needed on racecourse debut.
Coastal Path gelding; second foal and half-brother to Don Lami. Dam unraced half-sister to smart chaser L'ami. Looks yards first string on jockey bookings.
125,000 Euro purchase at Goffs sales last summer. Nicely bred and sent off favourite for debut at Fontwell back in April but was a well-held fourth. Returns having had a wind operation for leading yard and should do better.
Sageburg gelding; half-brother to French hurdler Indietir. Dam was a winner in France on the flat. Interesting newcomer for connections that have some nice types. Has had a wind operation prior to debut.
Son of Flat sire Jeremy, he is a half-brother to fair chaser House Rules. Makes his racecourse debut here and yard starting to fire home a few winners, so a decent display would not surprise.
Gelded son of Delegator out of a Fantastic Light mare (Fantastisch). Ran a cracker on debut at Huntingdon a year ago but not so good on second start. Returns from ten months off and chances if back to debut form.
Well held on debut but ran well at Downpatrick on second start in March. Starts life for new connections having been picked up for £40,000 and market check needed.
Sholokhov gelding that cost €40,000 as a three-year-old. Half-brother to a couple of smart winners. Dam was placed in bumpers and is a half-sister to chaser Buck's (dam of Big Buck's).
eats mare who was a £20,000 purchase last May. Big prices and well held on all three starts so far and looks up against it once again here.
Last Year's Winner
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Flic Ou Voyou (5/2), Jeremiah James (4/1), Espion (5/1), Indieburg (11/2), Ruthless Article (7/1), Supreme Soviet (9/1), At Its Own Expense (14/1), Myboysam (16/1), Cushuish (100/1)
- Flic Ou Voyou
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