13:35 Kempton Sat 30 March 2019
Dansili colt whose dam was a winner up to 1m2f, including at Listed level. Started slowly and ran green, but still managed to win on debut at Wolverhampton in December. Looks a nice prospect and has a major chance for last year's winning stable.
Stepped up on Bath debut when making all to score at Lingfield in September. Promising colt representing an in-form yard and is much respected.
Lilbourne Lad colt who is a half-brother to five winners. Dwelt at the start when sixth of eight on racecourse bow at Lingfield earlier this month and looks a work in progress.
Out of the frame, but showed fair form, in three starts for Saeed Bin Suroor and now tries his luck for a new stable after being gelded. Entitled to go well, but future probably lies in handicaps.
Gelded son of Camelot who is a half-brother to five winners who stayed well. Stable among the winners, but he may need this debut outing and is fitted with a hood.
Shamardal colt who fetched €325,000 as a yearling and is a brother to Group Two winner Bow Creek and half-brother to three other smart winners. Seventh of nine on debut at Newmarket in October and should do much better as a three-year-old.
Canford Cliffs filly who cost only £3,000 as a yearling and whose dam won over 1m on the AW. Best watched on debut, although jockey booking catches the eye.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Crossed Baton||3||9-9||11/8||Full Result|
|T: J H M GosdenJ: R Havlin|
Sucellus (8/11), Sawasdee (5/2), Living Legend (5/1), Island Jungle (25/1), King's Counsel (50/1), Blue Beirut (66/1), J Gaye (150/1)
- Living Legend
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