18:15 Wolverhampton Tue 12 March 2019
Half-brother to a couple of AW winners showed some ability last time, but he looks a more likely type for a handicap than a race like this.
Has barely beaten a rival in either start when sent off at lengthy odds and looks completely out of his league in this company.
Son of Toronado and out of a mare who won at 1m4f. Third on debut in an ordinary event but open to improvement at this longer trip for a yard in excellent form.
Colt by Kittens Joy and brother to four winners. Cost $115,000 as a yearling and looked in need of the run on debut for Ger Lyons. Has an AW pedigree but new yard having a quiet spell.
Nathaniel colt; 12th foal; closely related to the 1m4f-1m6f winner Battersea; half-brother to eight winners, including the useful 1m1f-1m2f AW performer Gitano Hernando.
Toronado gelding out of a half-sister to high-class 1m3f winner Erupt. Travelled well for a long way before splitting a Godlolphin pair on debut and should have little difficulty landing one of these.
Rare UK runner for US sire/ Breeders Cup Dirt Mile winner Tapizar. Fetched 60,000 gns as a two-year-old. Stable have gone 37 days without a winner.
Gelded son of Zodiac, is related to several winners and fetched €62,000 as a foal and 33,500gns as a yearling. Only beat one home on debut so has plenty of improvement to find.
$625,000 Giant's Causeway half-sister to top-class US performers Destin, Vexatious and Creative Cause.Stable won this 12 months ago with another debutante and the market ought to be informative.
Beaten an aggregate of 51L in both starts when going off at minimum odds of 150/1. A poor draw is an additional deterrent.
Lope De Vega filly who cost 250,000 guineas as a yearling. Weak in the market on debut but was getting the hang of things late on and jockey booking looks positive.
£10,000 juvenile; second foal out of a 7f-1m winner (including on the AW). Showed some ability on debut having looked green, but this is a far more competitive race.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J H M GosdenJ: James Doyle|
Ragnar (3/1), Ifreet (3/1), Follow A Dream (3/1), Teodora De Vega (6/1), Lock Seventeen (10/1), Beechwood James (10/1), Battle Of Pembroke (25/1), Revamp (33/1), Nathanielhawthorne (33/1), Tsarmina (66/1), San Diaco (100/1), Initial Approach (100/1), Golden Grenade (100/1)
- Follow A Dream
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