18:10 Windsor Mon 17 June 2019
First foal, dam was a speedy sort that won over 5f as a two-year-old. Pulled too hard on his debut at Chelmsford over 6f. Drop in trip will suit but needs to improve.
28,000 euros as a two-year-old; dam fairly speedy juvenile. Stable only had three runners in this age group this season; hard to assess.
18,000 gns yearling. Fourth foal, half-brother to 6f winner Restless Rose. Showed early speed on his debut at Lingfield before fading and should be better for that effort. Note any market moves (nicely backed last time).
Well related to plenty of winners including Group winner Enticing. Yard does well with members of this family (trained the Grouup winner dam Superstar Leo).; every chance if ready first time up.
44,000 euros as a two year old. Related to plenty of winners around this trip. Stable does well at this track but no juvenile winners from 20 attempts this season.
First foal; related to some speedy types on his dam's side. First two-year-old runner of the season for the stable. Market check.
Was expected to improve from a promising debut at Salisbury last month when disappointing at Kempton on her latest start. Excuses that day (went to post freely) and deserves another chance perhaps.
Cheap purchase as a yearling; stable not yet in form with their juveniles but has good record at this track. Any market moves would be interesting.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HannonJ: S M Levey|
Passing Nod (7/4), Shammah (2/1), Newyorkstateofmind (15/2), Waddat (9/1), Hubert (10/1), She Strides On (14/1), Billy Button (16/1), Helluvasunset (50/1)
- Passing Nod
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