19:15 Wolverhampton Fri 16 November 2018
€26,000 son of Elzaam whose dam won at 1m1f. Defied big odds when faring best of the newcomers on recent Kempton debut and normal improvement should him figure here with that experience behind him.
Sales price rose to €120,000 in May. American bred son of Super Saver, the dam won over 6f and half-sister to a juvenile winner at 5f. Market should reveal plenty.
Mid-division in a pair of AW maidens at this trip and will probably do better when going handicapping after this.
€65,000 Lope De Vega newcomer. Dam won three times up to 1m but yard not associated with first time out winners.
Sales price rose to €22,000 in May. A son of Power who has already been gelded and tongue tied on debut.. Dam won at 1m.
Gelded son of Lope De Vega. Dam, unraced, was related to the smart middle distance colt Dragon Dancer. Stable 5-72 with two-year-olds this season.
240,000 gns son of Stormy Atlantic. Seventh foal, dam won in Canada and related to winners over 1m there. Worth noting in market for stable confidence.
Similar level of form in a pair of maidens at this trip but more needed to trouble the best of these and probably one for handicaps in due course.
Daughter of Alhebayeb. Late foal who is a half-sister to a winner in America but looks up against it here on debut.
Last Year's Winner
Ghaly (6/5), Fightwithme (6/4), Coolagh Forest (7/2), Fiction Writer (11/2), Stormbomber (9/1), Liberal (10/1), Mardle (12/1), Seanjohnsilver (20/1), Peruvian Summer (20/1), So I'm Told (22/1), Liam's Lass (50/1), Secret Magic (66/1)
- Coolagh Forest
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