14:55 Wolverhampton Mon 13 May 2019
Followed up a short-head victory in a 5f event at Beverley (good-to-firm) on debut with a good second at Ripon (5f, good-to-firm) ten days later. One for the shortlist on AW debut.
Unraced Kyllachy colt purchased for €8,000 as a yearling. Dam won at two and represents a stable with a 24% strike-rate (8/33) in recent weeks.
Unraced home-bred son of Fountain Of Youth out of a mare who was placed three times from six starts. Market support would be notable for good yard on debut.
Unraced daughter of Cable Bay purchased for £3,500 as a yearling in October last year. Probably best watched for stable who are 5/76 with their juveniles on the AW in recent years.
Struggled in both starts so far including when tenth in first time cheekpieces (retained) over 5f at Windsor (good) last time out. Others hold stronger claims.
Good effort in finishing ¾L fourth in a maiden over an extended 5f at Brighton (good-to-firm) on debut a fortnight ago. Improvement likely and is one to note in this contest.
Well held in two outings so far most recently on good ground at Thirsk (5f) earlier this month. Others make more appeal.
Unraced Lethal Force filly bought for 17,000 gns at the sales last autumn. Half-sister to useful performer Secrecy and stable can boast a 78% strike-rate (7/9) with their juveniles on the AW this term.
Never involved when finishing seventh of 11 in a 5f novice event at Beverley (good-to-firm) on debut last month. More needed on this occasion.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M JohnstonJ: J Fanning|
Miss Matterhorn (2/1), Rodnee Tee (9/4), Probable Cause (4/1), Call Me Cheers (10/1), Cenario (10/1), Stone Princess (10/1), Dark Side Division (16/1), Sassy Lassy (20/1), Chromium (40/1), Little Devil (40/1), Mumsbirthdaygirl (150/1)
- Rodnee Tee
- Probable Cause
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