15:40 Huntingdon Tue 13 November 2018
Casamento colt that cost €25,000 as a yearling. Has a decent flat pedigree and interesting to see what the market makes of him on rules debut.
Elzaam gelding that cost €8,500 as a three-year-old. Has had wind surgery prior to this debut which is not the best sign. yard already had two bumper winners this year.
Gelded son of So You think who price dropped from €26,000 as a yearling to just 1,500 gns at the sales in February. Trainer 3-8 in this sphere in recent years but market good guide.
Mawatheeq colt. Dam was a winner upto 9.6f on the flat and a sister to 2m hurdler Halling Gal. Limited appeal.
Yeats gelding out of a dam that won on the flat up to 1m4f and over hurdles (2m). Ran green on debut but did well to finish clear second behind an easy winner.
Already gelded son of Makfi. Hafl -brother to 6f winner At A Clip. Dam related to several flat winners. Market good guide.
Trans Island gelding that cost 326,000 as a three-yer-old. Half-brother to smart hurdlers and chasers Runswick Royal and Nuts Well. Dam won over hurdles and likely type on paper.
Mount Nelson gelding that cost £4,000 as a yearling. Trainer 0-7 in bumpers in recent seasons so not an obvious winner on debut here.
Champs Elysees gelding that fetched 15,000 gns at the Newmarket sales last July. Yard 1-17 in bumpers over the last five years and market good guide.
Mamool gelding that cost €9,500 as a yearling. yard do well in this sphere and he showed promise when third over C&D last month. Should do better.
Champs Elysees gelding that cost just 6,500 gns. Related to several winners including Nessun Dorma and yard do well in the sphere. Market check needed.
Third foal; half-sister to French 1m5f winner Resurrection; dam was a winner on the flat and closely related to 2m hurdle winner Break The Chain out of French 2m3f Grade 1 hurdle winner.
So You Think filly that cost 52,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to plenty of winners including Balty Boys and Shore Step. Well held on debut over C&D last month so needs to build on that.
Haafhd filly; second foal out of a dam that won over 1m2f on the flat. Yard just 2-34 in the last five years in bumpers but market check needed.
Libranno filly that is a half-sister to a couple of winners. Dam was a winner on the flat up to 7f. Beaten a long way on debut here over C&D having tried to make the running.
Passing glance filly. Ninth foal, dam was unplaced on the flat up to 1m4f. Yard do well in this sphere so market check very much needed on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton|
Shpadoinkle Day (10/3), Logan Rocks (4/1), Cascova (5/1), Ahorsewithnoname (11/2), Lossiemouth (6/1), San Seb (12/1), Sorbet (25/1), Heavenly Shades (25/1), Reeceltic (33/1), Don't Think So (33/1), Cotswold Prince (40/1), Noble Saffron (50/1), Hamilton Island (80/1), Pontblyddyn (80/1), Glenfinn Hall (100/1), Libbretta (125/1)
- Shpadoinkle Day
- Logan Rocks
- San Seb
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