21:00 Pontefract Fri 24 May 2019
Very lowly-rated 12-race maiden; impossible to fancy on these terms (or any other); look elsewhere with immense confidence.
30,000gns yearling from the family of Notnowcato; has shown definite signs of ability on both starts so far (Salisbury and Newbury), although was readily brushed aside by the promising 7L winner Jubiloso last week.
Nine-race maiden who appears to handle most conditions; gelded ahead of his seasonal reappearance fifth of 11 to Destination at Wetherby (7f, good to soft); the drop back in trip a positive move, albeit others do appeal more.
£160,000 yearling who has the strongest form in the book despite having also had plenty of chances (2,2,3,3,2); beaten favourite on three occasions, including when just failing to reel in Dominus at Goodwood (7f, good) three weeks ago.
Just touched off by a short-head when splitting a pair of James Bethell-trained fillies' over C&D (good to firm) in April; that form mightn't necessarily be overly strong, but she's clearly improving and will handle these conditions.
Last Year's Winner
|T: T D EasterbyJ: D Tudhope|
Qutob (1/1), After John (7/4), Dream of Honour (6/1), Texting (12/1), The Gingerbreadman (50/1)
- After John
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