15:00 Newmarket Tue 16 April 2019
Landed a Newbury maiden on debut and was not disgraced in a hot Group 3 contest at this venue where he was just behind Western Australia. Promising colt who should go well, but leading stable has yet to hit top form.
A €700,000 son of Scat Daddy who made an impressive debut at Haydock (1m) in September when turning over an odds-on John Gosden inmate who had already won. Could be anything and market support would be significant.
Newmarket maiden winner before running with credit to finish sixth of 11 in a Group 1 contest at Doncaster on final start as a juvenile. Behind third-placed Western Australia that day so needs to have taken a step forward over the winter.
Stepped up on close Sandown second on debut when scoring decisively back at that venue, both races over 7f. Hard to know how good he is, but 2,000 Guineas and Dante Stakes entries suggest he is highly regarded.
Typically tough and progressive juvenile from his top Irish stable, boasting form which gives him the beating of Kick On and Boerhan. May have needed reappearance run when second at Dundalk last month and has to go on the short list.
Won three times and was placed in her five other starts as a juvenile. Needs to find extra against some promising colts, but is respected for last year's winning stable.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M JohnstonJ: James Doyle|
Western Australia (6/4), Kick On (2/1), Boerhan (13/2), Kadar (7/1), Walkinthesand (14/1), I'll Have Another (16/1), Spanish Mission (16/1)
- Western Australia
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