18:15 Kempton Fri 12 April 2019
165,000 gns son of Invincible Spirit out of a well-related dam. Hooded, finished third of seven in minor event (3-1) at this C&D on debut 20 days ago; can improve.
Took the eye on Yarmouth debut last May in a race that worked out well. Runner-up over C&D on return to action recently having given the winner first run, should be firmly in the mix here.
40,000 gns son of Paco Boy. Related to winners at 5f-7f and the dam won two races. Sported a hood on debut over C&D last month and was slowly into stride. Will have to make better start.
A €44,000 son of Haatef out of a useful French 7½f AW two-year-old winner. Showed some promise on debut at Newbury before winning 10-runner C&D contest on second start in the autumn. Should have more to come after winter break.
Rather flattered by proximity to winner in Listed Sandown race 11 months ago, well-held fifth over this C&D when last spotted 183 days ago and plenty more needed here.
480,000gns colt by top sire Dark Angel out of a Group-placed, 7f winner from a very fast family. Showed up well in both turf runs last year and should be more to come this season; AW bow.
Son of Dream Ahead and a first foal to an unraced Holy Roman Emperor mare. Didn't achieve a lot when runner-up in three-runner event at Lingfield on debut last month (beaten 9L) and must come forward significantly.
Lawman colt, hasn't shown enough in either start to warrant support, despite stable enjoying a strong start to the season.
Dam a half-sister to smart sprinter Temple Meads, and this son of Swiss Spirit saw his price rise to £120,000 as a yearling. Placed here on debut and runner-up in Wolverhampton novice in December; an effort that should give him claims today.
No Nay Never colt, dam a maiden that stayed 1m. Makes debut in this and will need to be above average given some promising rivals in opposition boasting valuable experience.
Excelebration colt, cost €12,000 as a foal and £95,000 as a yearling. Didn't show a lot in three starts for Charlie Appleby last year and has relocated since. Watching brief.
Last Year's Winner
|T: C G CoxJ: A Kirby|
Moraawed (11/8), Intuitive (7/4), Came From The Dark (6/1), Harry's Bar (10/1), San Carlos (12/1), Ghaith (14/1), Hey Ho Let's Go (25/1), Adam Tiler (25/1), Somethingaboutjack (33/1), True Belief (33/1), Magical Ride (40/1), Jailbreak (100/1)
- Harry's Bar
- San Carlos
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