18:40 Windsor Mon 17 June 2019
Well-related juvenile; half-brother to two winners, stable in good form with good record at this track and sent out first two-year-old winner last week; much respected.
Cost 20,00 euros as a yearling; stable's youngsters yet to hit top form; related to milers and middle-distance types; best watched on his racecourse debut.
Related to a number of winners but stable yet to hit top form with their juveniles. Market worth a check but unlikely to be good enough on his debut.
First foal; pedigree hard to assess. Stable not renowned for sending out two-year-old winners. Market check advised.
Related to plenty of speedy winners; stable does well at this track and currently in good form; Trainer's two-year-olds running well; respected.
Not particularly well-bred (dam half-sister to some decent seven furlong performers). Stable not firing with their juveniles yet; best watched unless market speaks in his favour.
Made pleasing start over 6f when second three weeks ago at Chelmsford. Followed that up with improved effort over same course and distance last time out earlier this month. Can improve again and looks one of the better ones with previous form.
Surprisingly stepping back in trip following a useful effort over an extended 6f at Doncaster at the beginning of the month. However, that form represents some of the best on offer from those who have previously run. Respected.
Outpaced and weakened quickly on his only racecourse appearance at Leicester last week. Given he is bred to stay much further that was no surprise. May find plenty of others too speedy here.
Made a promising start to his career at Goodwood last month over six furlongs before improving on that effort when narrowly beaten in the last strides over this course and distance on soft ground last week. Excellent chance.
Related to a number of winners trained by connections. Stable has a good record at this track. Trainer has one winner from eight juvenile outings this year. Worth a look in the market.
Sent off at 80/1 and 100/1 when very well beaten and failing to beat a rival home in two quick ground starts back in May. Could face different ground but remains easy to overlook.
Has been given a break after disappointing in two early season races including the Brocklesby at Doncaster. Hard to assess and market may provide the best guide.
£33,000 yearling; half-brother to two winners; stable respected at this level and this track. Expected to go well.
Slowly away on both her starts including at this track on her debut three weeks. Would be a surprise to see her get competitive over this shorter trip.
Last Year's Winner
Raahy (5/2), Boosala (9/2), Nat Love (5/1), Centurion Song (13/2), Swinley (7/1), Tomfre (12/1), Ecclesiastical (14/1), Winnetka (14/1), Love My Life (50/1), Hares Rocket (50/1), Meet The Parents (50/1), Farhhmorecredit (66/1), Victochop (100/1), Sir Rodneyredblood (100/1), Twentyonered (125/1)
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