12:50 Lingfield Fri 16 November 2018
£20,000 Dandy Man half-brother to Storm Over who has won four races for this yard including 2-2 on AW.
€33,000 Zebedee gelding out dam who won Italian Group 3. Has missed the break on both starts when failing to make an impression.
Lethal Force half-sister to a winner in Poland. Yard 3-15 with juveniles here since 2014 for a level stakes profit of 42 points.
Signs she was going the right way last time when recovering from a slow break, and the loss of a shoe, to be a fast finishing fifth at Wolverhampton. Drops a furlong here and can ill afford a third poor start in a row.
Well beaten on both starts thus far and drops a furlong this time. Has not shown enough but in capable hands.
Has a lofty BHA rating by virtue of a sixth of nine effort in the Lowther. Latest run at Catterick suggests that run is flattering although the blinkers are removed this time.
Daughter of Kodiac who is a half-sister among others to Group 3 winner Extortionist and cost 180,000 gns as a foal. Plenty of speed in pedigree and possible answer here in a weak race. Withdrawn (9/4 at time) for being unruly last month.
Half-sister to seven winners including four AW winners who needed a minimum of 6f. Nevertheless, looked unlucky over this trip at Kempton last time and this will take little winning.
Coach House half-sister to three winners including Little Boy Blue who was a good sprinter for this yard and handled the AW, as well as 17 time winner (including 8 AW victories) A Little Bit Dusty.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HannonJ: S M Levey|
Shining (13/8), Raheeb (11/4), Orange Blossom (9/2), Storm Blitz (7/1), Lorna Cole (8/1), Madame Vitesse (16/1), Miss President (25/1), Zeebad (50/1), What A Dazzler (50/1)
- Madame Vitesse
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