17:00 Kempton Wed 14 November 2018
- 32Red Casino EBF Fillies' Novice Stakes (Plus 10) (Div 1) (Class 5)
- 14 Runners
- Surface: Polytrack
Daughter of Olympic Glory and a half-sister to Group 3 winner Indian Blessing. Fetched 180,000gns as a yearling and stable capable of readying a newcomer. Worth a market check.
Daughter of Sea The Moon out of an Oasis Dream mare. Stable a bit quiet with their juveniles and betting should prove informative.
Wootton Bassett filly who cost €125,000 as a yearling. Likely to need a stiffer test in due course and stable a bit quiet at present.
Cost $145,000 as a foal and not disgraced over 7f here on debut. Pedigree suggests this stiffer test will suit but more required to get involved.
Daughter of Point Of Entry who cost £42,000 as a juvenile and is bred to be suited by an artificial surface. Shaped with promise at Chelmsford on debut and should be suited by the extra furlong. Can be involved.
Daughter of Exchange Rate and a half-sister to three winners. Represents a leading trainer of two-year-olds and market support on debut would be interesting.
Australia half-sister to useful 1m4f-1m7f winner Only A Pleasure out of a half-sister to French 1000 Guineas winner Valentine Waltz. Did well despite greenness on debut and should improve considerably for the experience. Rates a leading contender.
Daughter of Australia out of an Anabaa mare. Green on Newbury debut but still only went down by a neck and should progress for the run. Sets the standard.
War Command filly who cost 40,000gns as a yearling. Will appreciate further in due course and probably best watched on debut unless significant support.
Nathaniel filly who will appreciate a much stiffer test of stamina further down the line. Stable has just had three juvenile winners this term and she's one to watch on debut.
Kingman filly whose dam was a juvenile winner in these colours. Stable bang in-form with their two-year-olds and looks a likely type on debut.
Cape Cross filly out of a well-bred unraced dam and shaped with plenty of promise following a slow start at Nottingham. Stable's runners tend to improve for their debuts and likely to be in the mix.
By Sea The Stars out of a Group 3 winning mare. Plenty of stamina in pedigree so will get further in time but has to be respected for connections on debut.
Cheap purchase at €5,000 as a foal and a rare juvenile runner for this stable. Likely best watched on debut.
Last Year's Winner
Tulipe Angelique (SP), Tauteke (SP), Scentasia (SP), Fanfaronade (SP), Natsovia (SP), Gracefully Done (SP), Almahha (SP), Philonikia (SP), Miss Mistral (SP), Bourbon Edition (SP), Audarya (SP), Al Daiha (SP), Lady Adelaide (SP), Emma Point (SP)
- Lady Adelaide
- Gracefully Done
Anita Chambers looks ahead to the day's action with a strong word for Regular in the juvenile event at Chelmsford on Tuesday evening.
Ben Linfoot heads to Exeter for the Sporting Life Daily Nap on Wednesday while he also has selections at Ayr and Bangor.
Anita Chambers looks ahead to Wednesday's action with Part Exchange considered the day's best bet at Kempton's evening meeting.