18:55 Kempton Wed 22 May 2019
- 32Red Casino Novice Median Auction Stakes (Class 6)
- 9 Runners
- Surface: Polytrack
Delegator filly out of a moderate dam and representing a yard who do not have many winning debutants. Looks easy to oppose.
Built on debut promise to score easily at Salisbury and the second has won since. Looks hard to oppose in this company and no surprise to see her aimed higher in the near future.
Several winners in his pedigree, including Charles Fosterkane, a winner on the AW over this trip. Showed a bit more promise last time but his future surely lies in handicaps.
Showed early dash on debut but couldn't maintain the effort and was eventually well beaten. Needs to take a big step forward.
£22,000 gelded son of Excelebration who is a half-brother to a winning sprinter. Yard in good form at present and the market may be the best guide to his prospects.
Cheap buy at 2,000 gns being a half-sister to winners at 6f-7f as well as two winning hurdlers. Yard have gone a while without a winner and she is highly tried on debut.
Has achieved an average level of ability without showing any signs of improvement in her last four starts. Back from a break but looks the biggest threat to the likely favourite.
Left debut form behind when third at Leicester last October. Although the winner has turned out useful, the second and fourth are lowly rated and she faces a stiff task here.
Well adrift at big odds on both starts at big odds. Has missed the break on each occasion, but there was enough promise in her Newmarket debut to suggest she could make the frame in a race lacking quality in depth.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J H M GosdenJ: Jim Crowley|
Hotsy Totsy (8/15), Gaslight (5/1), Undercolours (11/2), Midoura (12/1), Venusta (14/1), Foxes Flyer (28/1), For Richard (33/1), Tilsworth Diamond (40/1), Dee Dee Dottie (50/1)
- Hotsy Totsy
Anita Chambers has a selection for every race in Britain and Ireland on Wednesday, with the nap going to post at Ayr.
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.
Ben Coley takes over nap duty for one day only - and he's heading to Yarmouth, where Ed Vaughan can score with Nasee.