18:45 Newcastle Tue 8 January 2019
Showed a good attitude when winning on debut at Lingfield and went close at Wolverhampton on just her second start. Experience should hold her in good stead here against some of these and shouldn't be far away.
Gelded since his second start at Wolverhampton last time out. That was an improved effort from debut but likely to need more against these rivals and drop down to 5f not certain to be ideal.
Olympic Glory gelding, cost £65,000 as a yearling. Dam an AW winner over this trip as a juvenile and half-sister to a Group 3 winner (6f). Interesting to see what the market makes of him on debut.
Slade Power gelding, cost 45,000 gns as a foal. Half-brother to three winning sprinters. Dam a 6f winner and half-sister to a Group 3 winner over this trip. Very green on debut at Kempton and while he should improve, he made need a bit more time.
Showed some promise on his first couple of starts but well beaten in more recent outings including Southwell when last seen and needs to learn to settle better. Hard to fancy.
Has looked green on both her starts to date, only beating one home at Southwell last week. Yard starting to turn the corner and return to Tapeta potentially in her favour.
Last Year's Winner
Lorna Cole (4/6), Shug (10/3), Olympic Spirit (7/1), Kyllachy Warrior (11/1), White Iverson (25/1), Chillon Castle (50/1)
- Lorna Cole
- Olympic Spirit
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