18:15 Kempton Fri 7 December 2018
Compton Place newcomer cost just 6,000gns earlier this year. Half-brother to winners over 5f-6f. Yard without a two-year-old success this season.
Gelded son of Paco Boy. No impression and finished seventh of nine beaten 13L on debut at Lingfield. Bred to want further and likely struggle again here against speedier sorts.
Elzaam newcomer cost 15,000gns earlier this year. Half-sister to a 1m-1m4f winner out of a 1m1f winner from a decent Aga Khan family. Yard knows time of day with two-year-olds so market check advised.
Monsieur Bond newcomer is a full-sister to four winners including useful duo Ladies Are Forever (Group Three) and Hoof It. Speedy and likable pedigree and yard well capable with newcomers so high on the shortlist here.
Daughter of Foxwedge was 100/1 and tailed off last of 12 here a fortnight ago. Makes little to no appeal on the back of that effort.
Sepoy newcomer is a half-sister to 6f-1m4f winner Super Kid. Trainer has limited success with two-year-olds and market often reveals expectations so that the best guide here.
Beaten 29L when last of 13 over C&D in October. Changed hands since but remains firmly on the 'best watched' list.
£20,000 yearling son of Lethal Force is a half-sister to a winner in Italy and Poland over 1m1f-1m4f. Wide draw tough to overcome so best watched barring market saying otherwise.
Newcomer by Most Improved is a sister to a winning hurdler. Yard have few two-year-old runners and this filly will almost certainly want further and more time.
Newcomer by Sir Percy found things happening far too quickly when 11th of 12 on C&D debut two weeks ago. Bred for middle distances and best watched until going up in trip.
Price decreased to just 5,000gns last month having cost €22,000 in May. Dam placed on the AW over 7f and bred to stay further. Unlikely to be heavily involved here.
Mukhadram newcomer out of an unraced half-sister to Group One winner Bahri and 7f two-year-old Group Two winner Bahharre. Very attractive pedigree for top connections and expecting a bold bid on debut.
Fifth of 12 at Wolverhampton on debut followed by shade disappointing fourth at Lingfield. Form remains however the best on offer here so surprise if she's not involved and looks a solid each-way prospect.
Last Year's Winner
Airwaves (5/2), Risaala (5/2), Shifting Gold (5/1), Fast Boy (13/2), Lethal Lover (8/1), A Place To Dream (14/1), Adamantly (14/1), Crimson Kiss (20/1), Renegade Master (25/1), Miss Swift (25/1), Red Skye Delight (50/1), Lucky Lou (66/1), Flourishable (66/1), Cachaca (66/1)
- Shifting Gold
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