17:45 Kempton Wed 12 December 2018
Showed promise on debut over this C&D but then hasn't been seen for two years since. Gelded and market likely to be the best guide.
Nearly a year between his two races and wasn't disgraced at Newcastle last month despite being sent off a warm favourite. Should be better for the run and a likely contender.
Left Olly Murphy after one try in bumpers but has shown little on the Flat in three starts so far. Others preferred.
Quickly sold out of James Tate's yard for 6,500 gns following debut and ran to a similar level over 6f here on first run on this stable. Much more required.
Invincible Spirit gelding cost 42,000 gns as a yearling. Looked unsuited by soft ground on only bumper start and could leave that well behind on Flat debut. Likely to be competitive.
Daughter of More Than Ready cost $20,000 as a yearling, rising to $55,000 as a juvenile. Was having her third start for her third trainer when showing big improvement over 7f here. Hit the line well and can progress again up in trip.
Eight-race maiden has proven inconsistent so far. Chance on her best form but following two poor runs others look more reliable.
Shaped better on her second start when keeping on at Southwell. May be best when returning to the fibresand and this requires significantly more.
Last Year's Winner
Let Rip (2/1), More Than More (2/1), Holy Heart (11/4), Twist (10/1), Kwanza (14/1), Mrs Benson (20/1), Queen Tomyris (33/1), More Salutes (100/1), Invisible Shadow (100/1)
- More Than More
- Holy Heart
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