15:15 Beverley Sat 8 June 2019
Beat Thursday's Haydock winner Dubai Station by ¾L on debut at Nottingham (6f, good to firm) before coming off second best to Pinatubo in the Woodcote Stakes at Epsom (6f, good); boasts rock-solid credentials despite dropping back to 5f.
62,000gns yearling; won what has turned out to be a relatively modest maiden on debut at Thirsk (5f, good to firm) in April; turned over at odds of 4/9f by Kidda (finished behind him at Thirsk) at Pontefract 38 days ago.
12,000gns yearling; hit the back of the net on his debut at Goodwood (5f, good to firm) a fortnight ago when beating Spanish Angel by a neck; of course is open to improvement, although the merits of that form are also open to discussion.
Roderic O'Connor gelding; 14/1 when making a winning debut over C&D in April (good to firm); runner up on both subsequent starts, only headed on the line by the winning debutante Probable Cause (Archie Watson) at Wolverhampton latest.
Coach House gelding who fetched £85,000 at the Breeze-ups; keeping on third on debut at York (5f, good to firm) last month in a race which has already yielded a couple of winners (Monoski and Sun Power); obvious contender.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Jungle Inthebungle||2||9-0||8/1||Full Result|
|T: M R ChannonJ: Charles Bishop|
Oh Purple Reign (5/4), Summer Sands (11/4), Dream Shot (7/2), Xcelente (13/2), Cool Sphere (7/1), Rodnee Tee (14/1)
- Oh Purple Reign
- Summer Sands
- Dream Shot
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