15:40 Kempton Wed 12 December 2018
Already gelded son of Showcasing that cost £30,000 as a yearling. Half -brother to a couple of winners and dam was a winner over 6f. Market good guide on debut.
Showcasing colt who fetched 150,000 gns as a yearling. Stable capable of readying a smart newcomer so worth a market check.
Overcame a poor draw when a close third at Newbury while showing big improvement from his debut. Runner-up has won three times since and likely to be stronger still following an absence. Leading hope on AW debut.
Acclamation colt who showed promise on debut behind a smart winner who broke the juvenile track record. Only likely to improve and should be a leading hope.
Son of Lope De Vegas cost €50,000 as a yearling and showed big improvement from his debut when a close second over this C&D. Pulled too hard and first-time hood may help. Likely to be involved.
Son of More Than Ready who cost $52,000 as a yearling and was well beaten on debut. Blinkers removed and remains one to oppose.
Daughter of Shamardal was disappointing on debut considering her odds-on price. Represents last year's winning stable and not one to give up on yet but more required.
Kuroshio filly bought for £800 at the sales last autumn. Green before some late headway on debut but needs to find plenty of improvement.
Toronado filly that fetched 28,000 gns as a yearling. Never got involved on debut and plenty more required to be competitive.
Daughter of Footstepsinthesand and a first foal on debut. Stable's runners tend to need the run and probably best watched.
Plenty of promise on debut before proving disappointing at Lingfield. Did get stuck wide but needs to bounce back and drawn poorly.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R VarianJ: Jack Mitchell|
Ricochet (13/8), No Nonsense (2/1), Nefarious (5/1), Backstreet Girl (9/1), Sarsaparilla Kit (16/1), Major Blue (16/1), Distant Mirage (20/1), Thoughtfully (20/1), Fox Happy (25/1), Benny And The Jets (33/1), Carla Koala (100/1), Talk Like This (100/1)
- No Nonsense
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