18:15 Windsor Mon 10 June 2019
A well-bred colt that cost €240,000 as a yearling; plenty of winners in his pedigree and likely to be effective at anything up to a mile if following suit. Needs a betting check.
Showed good early speed over 6f here last week but dropped out inside the final furlong; the drop in trip might suit. Worth considering now he has that experience to draw upon.
Cost £40,000 as a yearling and bred to get at least a mile in due course; stable always respected with newcomers at this course; the yard also has Hard Nut, so the betting will be useful.
15,000 gns yearling, he's a half=brother to 1m2f/1m4f winner Varnish; will be sharper for this experience and will probably do better over a longer trip before too long.
Cost 22,000 gns as a two-year-old; his dam is a close relative of the classy Mia's Boy and useful miler Sweet Deimos; one to consider if the betting market backs up his chance.
€50,000 yearling that made a satisfactory start at Goodwood last month; the drop to the minimum trip might bring about some improvement. Looks the type to do better when sent handicapping.
€55,000 yearling; a brother to a 5f/6f winner in France; yard very capable of having one ready. Worth a market check.
€55,000 yearling, a half-sister to 5f winners Excessable and Computable, her dam won over this trip as a juvenile. Yard has a very respectable record with youngsters. One to seriously consider if supported in the betting.
A cheap purchase that made a satisfactory start at Nottingham in April but failed to progress last time out. Improvement needed.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Queen Of Bermuda||2||9-3||11/10||Full Result|
|T: W J HaggasJ: R Kingscote|
Eton College (2/1), Dark Silver (7/2), Swinley (11/2), Fantom Force (7/1), Hard Nut (8/1), Tommy Cooper (12/1), Diligent Deb (14/1), Maisie Ellie (18/1), Forgetful Agent (20/1)
- Diligent Deb
- Dark Silver
- Tommy Cooper
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