17:00 Kempton Wed 16 January 2019
Son of Iffraaj who is already gelded ahead of debut. First foal out of a Group 3 winner and will likely get further in time. Market may prove the best guide.
Cost €29,000 as a yearling and a brother to Sir Roderic and Wichita Line. Stable not noted for three-year-old AW winners and best watched on debut.
Declaration Of War colt cost $40,000 as a yearling and out of an unraced daughter of Curlin. Will appreciate further in time but stable's runners in form and always worth a market check.
Gelded son of Shamardal and a brother to Listed winner Pelerin. Stable also runs fellow newcomer Aquarius Miracle and probably one to watch on debut from high draw.
Dawn Approach colt was well beaten here at very long odds on last month's debut. Stable out of form at present and hard to make a case for.
Son of Toronado and out of a mare who won at 1m4f. Stable's runners always worth noting on debut but likely to need a stiffer test in time.
Sir Percy colt whose price rose from 11,000 gns as a yearling to 42,000 gns as a juvenile. Should do better over a more severe test of stamina in due course but stable capable of readying a newcomer and worth a look in the betting.
Son of Poet's Voice was sent off unfancied in the betting on last month's debut, was always behind and finished tailed off last. Hard to see him featuring.
Champs Elysees colt showed promise on debut and then was well backed when improving for a good second at Lingfield. Still raced green so likely there is plenty more to come and should be competitive again.
By Garswood and cost €80,000 as a foal. Made a very promising Lingfield debut over 7f when running on well late and only likely to improve for the experience and this extra furlong. Sets the standard with leading rider booked for stable in top form.
Very well bred daughter of Farhh out of an unraced dam who has a couple of very smart relations. Was an expensive yearling purchase at 375,000 gns and looks a likely type on debut for a leading stable.
Daughter of Kodiac fetched £45,000 at the breeze up sales. Has front run on both occasions over 7f here and at Lingfield and showed improvement first to second start. Stamina in her pedigree suggests she can progress at this trip.
Daughter of Speightstown who cost 240,000 gns as a yearling and while her stable's runners tend to improve for the run, she showed little over this C&D on debut and is hard to fancy.
War Command filly and first foal to an unraced mare. Stable not noted for debut winners and probably best watched unless market strongly suggests otherwise.
Last Year's Winner
Woods (7/4), Target Zone (2/1), Battle Of Paradise (11/2), Farzeen (14/1), Great Shout (14/1), Percy Alexander (16/1), Aquarius Miracle (33/1), Ifreet (40/1), Fly Lightly (40/1), Wan Chai (40/1), Winter Snowdrop (100/1), Dubai Metro (100/1), Poet Pete (100/1), Ardimento (150/1)
- Great Shout
- Target Zone
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