14:50 Lingfield Tue 4 December 2018
Is going the right way when kept to this trip and has to be respected in his current form. This though looks tougher under the penalty and wide draw to get across from.
Cheap purchase but bred to be a sprinter and plenty of promise when showing pace over 7f on debut. Likely to improve.
Never got involved over the C&D on debut but looked green and entitled to improve for the run. Much more required though.
Bred with speed but hasn't been quick enough away at the break and failed to build on Wolverhampton promise over this C&D latest. Others preferred.
Daughter of Sepoy cost 10,000 gns as a foal and 65,000 gns as a juvenile. Likely to need a touch further in time but market support should be noted.
Society Rock filly who cost only 3,500 gns as a yearling but showed nice improvement first to second start. Showed much more early pace and drawn to attack.
Plenty of promise in first two starts for Richard Hannon but has failed to build on that since and disappointing last twice for new yard. Best watched.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Little Boy Blue||2||9-2||5/4||Full Result|
|T: W G M TurnerJ: L Morris|
Sandridge Lad (9/4), Rock Bottom (11/4), Mercenary Rose (5/1), Society Star (6/1), Madame Vitesse (7/1), Storm Blitz (8/1), Swiss Chime (16/1)
- Society Star
- Rock Bottom
- Sandridge Lad
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