20:00 Chelmsford City Thu 14 February 2019
From family of smart stayer Torcedor, and clear of the others when an excellent second in a 1m1½f novice at Wolverhampton on debut. Sets a lofty standard.
Iffraaj colt who cost £25,000 as a yearling. Lost his place after tracking the pace on debut at Southwell last month, and likely to need more time on that evidence.
Better effort to date when fourth of 6 in a 1m2f novice at Lingfield earlier in the month, hinting at improvement when needed. Will be of more interest in handicaps.
Half-brother to several winners, including 2-y-o 7f winner Minidress and 1¼m winner Movie Set, both useful. Interesting debutant from same connections as Cirque Royal, and market will reveal what's expected.
Toronado gelding out of a half-sister to high-class 1m3f winner Erupt out of Group 3 1m1f (Prix Vanteaux) winner Mare Nostrum. Yard not the most prolific, but is capable with right ammunition.
Oasis Dream gelding whose sales price dropped noticeably to 35,000 last year. Wore blinkers when down the field on debut, and that headgear retained now. Others preferred.
Stable companion of Shaleela's Dream who finished last of five on debut when wearing cheekpieces. Now tries blinkers, and has something to prove.
12th foal of a mare who has produced eight winners including AW specialists Russki, The Scorching Wind and Ocean Legend. Didn't meet expectations on debut, hanging left, but ought to have learnt from that.
Sir Percy full sister to three winners, but she has offered little in two starts so far, and will only be of interest when handicapping.
Cheap purchase who failed to beat a rival on her racecourse bow at Lingfield last month, and makes no appeal here.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Beautiful Memory||3||9-4||10/11||Full Result|
|T: S bin SuroorJ: William Cox|
Cirque Royal (1/3), Persuading (11/4), Ragnar (12/1), Perique (12/1), Copper Rose (25/1), Shaleela's Dream (25/1), Withoutdestination (50/1), Georgearthurhenry (66/1), Newsflash (66/1), Munstead Moonshine (80/1)
- Cirque Royal
- Copper Rose
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