17:40 Wolverhampton Thu 21 February 2019
Placed from 1m to 1m4f including third in Kempton handicap latest but looks exposed against these rivals and more needed to get off the mark.
Promise on debut when third over 1m at 33/1. Probably didn't need to improve when landing odds of 4/9 over 1m4f at Lingfield subsequently but should have more to come and drop in trip shouldn't be too much of a problem.
12,000 gns as a yearling and half-brother to winners over 7f and 1m. Trainer capable of getting one to win first time so market should reveal plenty.
25,000 gns as a yearling. Showed just a little ability on 6f debut last May but absent since and has had a wind operation.
33/1 on Newcastle debut in November but showed very little when last of 10 and blinkers now tried. Needs to improve plenty for them.
Similar level of ability in finishing runner up on both starts including debut over C&D. Has shown enough to suggest she can land a small race.
Found 7f too sharp on debut but bit better when stepped up to 1m4f at Lingfield when 6L behind Paradise Boy in finishing fourth. 6lb pull though drop down in distance not sure to suit.
€16,000 yearling. Related to three winners including one at this distance. Stable had a heavily backed winner on debut recently so market should give us a guide as to what is expected.
Last Year's Winner
Paradise Boy (11/10), Oliver Hardy (3/1), Colony Queen (4/1), Fields Of Dreams (12/1), Global Style (14/1), Truckingby (20/1), Mi Manchi (22/1), Maiden Navigator (50/1)
- Paradise Boy
- Colony Queen
- Fields Of Dreams
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