16:50 Beverley Tue 14 May 2019
11-race maiden; didn't appear to see out the 1m6f trip (fifth) at Wetherby; eased a further 3lb in the weights; stablemate of Agravain and Flo Jo's Girl.
€28,000 yearling; no match for the well treated Moon King (8/15f) at Wetherby (1m6f, good to soft) last week but that handicap debut second was his clear best effort to date; ought to be thereabouts if replicating.
47,000gns yearling; 33/1 when finishing just under 6L fifth of nine to Love So Deep on handicap debut at Yarmouth (1m2f, good to firm) three-weeks ago; up in trip.
38,000gns yearling; keeping on 1L third to Remembering You on handicap debut at Wetherby (1m, good) 16-days ago; takes a noted step up in trip - half-sister to the 1m4f Listed winner Pouvoir Absolu.
Kept good company as a juvenile, well beaten by Dante hopeful Surfman at Nottingham in November; didn't enjoy the best of luck in running when finishing fifth at Wolverhampton on handicap debut (1m1f+); blinkers added.
£3,500 yearling; finished 1½L third to War Eagle (J. Gosden) on nursery debut at Wolverhampton (1m1f+) in November; debatable as to whether or not she really stays 1m4f on the evidence of her most recent start at Doncaster; stablemate of Jazz Hands.
Tailed off on handicap debut at Southwell (1m3f) last week; dam is clearly a stamina influence; difficult (nigh impossible) to build a reasoned argument with regards his chances in newly-applied cheekpieces; look elsewhere.
Camelot gelding; weakening seventh of nine (50/1) on handicap debut at Redcar (1m2f, good to firm) 12-days ago; stablemate of One To Go and Flo Jo's Girl.
Camelot gelding; half-brother to the 1m4f winner Wallflower; lowly-weighted after three essentially modest (and swift) 1m juvenile runs; no real surprise if he ups his game considerably on handicap debut over a more suitable 1m4f trip.
Off the mark at the ninth attempt at Musselburgh (1m1f, good to firm) latest, beating the heavily supported Bellepower by a neck; 2lb higher (negated by a 5lb claimer); stamina to prove; stablemate of Fantastic Ms Fox.
Cost just 3,000gns as a yearling and didn't show much of any substance as a juvenile either (0-4); tries a new trip on seasonal reappearance; stablemate of One To Go and Agravain.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Tom DascombeJ: P J McDonald|
Lincoln Tale (5/2), Nordano (4/1), One To Go (6/1), Fantastic Ms Fox (13/2), Homesick Boy (7/1), Land Of Winter (7/1), Jazz Hands (8/1), Junior Rip (8/1), Mukha Magic (11/1), Agravain (20/1), Flo Jo's Girl (25/1), Jean Merci (40/1)
- Lincoln Tale
- Jazz Hands
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