15:10 Lingfield Fri 15 February 2019
Overcame plenty of trouble in running to win by a short head on debut, at Kempton (7f) last month. That performance looks worth marking up as a result, and he should make a bold bid to follow up under his penalty.
7lb better off with Assimilation for a short head at Kempton last time. He had already had the benefit of a run prior to that, and he didn't meet the same traffic as his reopposing rival, but he finished well and should be very competitive.
Sent off at just 7-4 on debut when one pace in the closing stages and beaten over 4L at Newcastle (7f) recently. Should come on for the experience, and tries a different surface here, so he may be capable of better.
Not devoid of promise in two starts, but shaping up as more of a handicap prospect that for a race like this.
65,000gns yearling who is half-brother to German 1m3f winner Night Of England and French 1m winner Normandie, out of a 1m3f German winner. Interesting on pedigree, though probably one to note with a view to being upped in trip.
Has finished runner-up in three of his five starts, including on Kempton's Polytrack last time out. Sets a decent standard, but at the same time is clearly vulnerable. Should be thereabouts.
Made a promising debut over C&D in December, but disappointed when made favourite at Kempton (1m) last time. Drop back in trip looks positive for the time being, and he may well bounce back.
Well held at huge prices in two runs at Kempton so far. Can only watch.
Half-sister to five winners, the best of whom was Ex Ex (6f-1m, inc AW), out of 6f winner. Percentage call is to watch on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Vale Of Kent||3||9-9||9/4||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: J Fanning|
Woods (2/1), Shanghai Grace (11/4), Assimilation (11/2), Songkran (6/1), Bay Of Naples (8/1), Lestrade (20/1), Theban Air (20/1), Capofaro (20/1), Cachaca (33/1)
- Bay Of Naples
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