18:00 Hamilton Wed 12 June 2019
Daredevil colt who cost $14,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to US winner Roman Ruler. Market vibes seem positive on debut. Yard does very well with two-year-old debutants. One to consider.
Went close to scoring on first run at Beverley (5f) back in April when third of 11 runners, beaten by a short-neck. The second that day has since won at Chepstow. Was disappointing on last start at Thirsk (5f) but remains one for shortlist.
Lawman colt who was a €10,000 foal. His dam is an unraced half-sister to 6f winner Hitchens. Keep an eye for any market support on debut run.
Encouraging opening start at Leicester (5f) last month when second of eight runners. The Power colt will be expected to come on from his debut run so he is a leading contender.
Was eighth of 10 runners on debut at Ripon (5f) back in July when going off at 50/1. Has been gelded since that run but others are preferred.
Has shown very little on her two starts so far where the market did not have much confidence in her. Back down to 5f but she has to produce a lot more than she has shown on the racecourse so far.
Was sixth of seven runners at Redcar (6f) on debut last month where she was slowly away and never threatened. A lot more needed on second run but a better start will help. One to watch.
Last Year's Winner
Spring Bloom (6/4), Better The Devil (4/1), Birdie Bowers (4/1), Bubbly Splash (9/2), Naseeb (7/1), Pearlwood (20/1), Two Hearts (20/1), Moneyball (40/1)
- Spring Bloom
- Birdie Bowers
- Better The Devil
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