15:10 Lingfield Sat 19 January 2019
- Betway Median Auction Maiden Stakes (Class 6)
- 6f 1y,
- 8 Runners
- Surface: Polytrack
Placed once in six starts and ran respectably in a handicap on latest outing at Kempton. May find one or two of these rivals too strong.
Gelded son of Delegator who is closely related to a couple of useful sprinters. Best watched on debut unless the market speaks in his favour.
Lethal Force colt who is a half-brother to five winners, including Notarised. May need further in time, but has to be considered on debut for his strong stable.
Well held in two AW starts over 7f. Drops in trip and will probably be seen to better effect when handicapping.
Returning from a lengthy break when good second of 13 over this trip at Wolverhampton earlier this month. Should be sharper this time and looks a leading contender.
Es Que Love filly who is a half-sister to three winners. Fair effort to finish fifth of 10 on debut at Wolverhampton and is likely to improve.
Born To Sea filly who is a sister to a 7f two-year-old winner out of a Group Three 6f-7f winner. Led for a long way on debut when seventh of 12 over 7f at Kempton so this drop in trip may well suit.
Coach House half-sister to three winners including Little Boy Blue. Last of nine over 5f on debut at this venue in November and needs to show much more.
Last Year's Winner
Probability (6/4), Sea of Reality (9/4), Remembering You (7/2), Reggae Runner (13/2), Maximum Power (14/1), Major Blue (16/1), Amor Kethley (40/1), What A Dazzler (66/1)
- Sea of Reality
- Reggae Runner
Ben Linfoot seeks out the value in the Peter Marsh Chase at Haydock and the two big handicaps at Ascot on Saturday afternoon.
Top commentator Simon Holt has three selections for Saturday's racing including Captain Redbeard in the Peter Marsh Chase.
David Ord heads to Lingfield for the Nap of the day and hopes an Ed Walker runner can get off the mark now eased in the weights.