17:00 Sandown Sat 15 June 2019
Huge disappointment on comeback when finishing last of eight at Salisbury (1m2f; good to firm). Offered a lot of promise last season when runner-up on debut but faces a stiff task now giving weight away all round. Too risky.
Gelded son of Champs Elysees, but is a newcomer for yard who are right among the winners at the moment (4-9 in last 14 days). Nothing to shout about on breeding but remains an interesting player.
Seven-race maiden who, despite not being open to as much improvement as some of these, has form on soft ground. Needs to put most recent effort behind him which was the most disappointing race he has ran to date. Looks set to run into a place again.
Son of Holy Roman Emperor who has been gelded ahead of making his debut. Cost £40,000 as a yearling but unlikely to get involved on debut so remains best watched.
Promising effort first time out, but not as good next time when sixth on soft ground at Carlisle. Thus, it would be a concern if the rain came. Not a forlorn hope on the basis of that debut run.
Ran as his 100-1 odds suggested when taking a backwards step last time on AW debut. Major surprise if he was to feature in this and will be of more serious interest when moving into handicaps.
Dalakhani colt who made 375,000gns as a yearling. Related to plenty of winners and makes debut in what looks a fairly ordinary race for team who are going very well. Market check advised.
Outran 40-1 odds when third on debut at Wolverhampton (1m1f; standard). That wasn't a fantastic race however, and she has to step up quite a bit if she is to feature in some capacity on turf debut.
Bettered her debut effort which came on soft when finishing third to the well-regarded Pondus over C&D. If capable of showing a similar chunk of improvement she is likely to go very close.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J H M GosdenJ: N Mackay|
Nette Rousse (10/11), Two Bids (3/1), Damon Runyon (9/2), Galileo Silver (14/1), Stone Mason (14/1), Caen Na Coille (22/1), Champ Ayr (25/1), Juniors Dream (33/1), Triple Genius (50/1)
- Two Bids
- Nette Rousse
- Damon Runyon
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