14:10 Nottingham Tue 21 May 2019
- EBF Novice Stakes (Class 5)
- 6f 18y,
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
£10,000 yearling, resold for £42,000 as a two-year-old, Due Diligence colt. Half-brother to 6f winner Folie Douze, yard starting to get going and worth market check with in-form Andrea Atzeni up.
30,000 gns yearling, Brazen Beau colt. Dam, maiden, half-sister to smart winner up to 7f Imperial Guest. Worth a look on first start.
United States-bred Speightstown colt, with plenty winning for amongst pedigree. First-starter for Mark Johnston, 5-28 with two-year-old's so far this year. Commands respect here.
45,000 gns two-year-old, Sir Prancealot colt. Half-brother to useful 7f winner Warsaw Road. Yard 4-32 with two-year-old's in 2019, well capable of having one ready to roll.
Son of Harbour Watch out of a French juvenile winner. Cost €9,500 as a foal £5,000 as a yearling, finished third on debut at Wetherby over shorter trip last month, lacking a gear change. Possibly vulnerable to these newcomers.
Cable Bay colt has changed hands for decent money already. Dam twice-raced half-sister to useful winner up to 1m Good Old Boy Lukey. Market should reveal a bit more.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Cool Exhibit||2||9-2||12/1||Full Result|
|T: S CrisfordJ: S De Sousa|
Ottoman Court (8/11), Port Winston (11/2), Homespin (13/2), Be Prepared (7/1), Oh Purple Reign (10/1), Dubai Station (25/1), Ropey Guest (66/1)
- Ottoman Court
- Be Prepared
- Oh Purple Reign
Matt Brocklebank is on nap duty on Tuesday and he is siding with a progressive runner from the Andrew Balding yard at Nottingham.
Matt Brocklebank looks ahead to the fiercely competitive Investec Dash at Epsom on Derby day, with a 33/1 selection in the big sprint handicap.
Nottingham is the centre of attention for Nick Robson on Tuesday as he identifies the best bets including Aegeus for trainer Amanda Perrett.