14:20 Hamilton Wed 19 June 2019
Camacho colt; cost £55,000 as a yearling; upped his game when encountering good ground at Nottingham (5f) earlier this month when beaten just under 3L by Al Aakif; has an extra furlong to cover here, but remains one of the likelier winners.
£62,000 vendor yearling; green on debut at Haydock (5f, soft) a fortnight ago when finishing a never nearer 5L fourth to the promising Dubai Station (K.Burke); ought to have taken plenty from that, and this new trip (6f) should prove more suitable.
42,000gns yearling; finished well from off the pace when a much improved second to Raffle Prize over 6f at Chester (good) 25 days ago; encounters very similar conditions, and much like his stablemate Corndavon Lad must figure high on the shortlist.
€20,000 foal; fifth foal from a 5f AW juvenile winning dam (Nigella); half-brother to three winners including the useful sprinter El Hombre (5f-6f); yard are flying at present - saddled a five-timer on Monday (at Carlisle/Catterick).
€70,000 yearling (not sold at £19,000 at the breeze-ups); first foal from a Group- placed 5f winner (One Chance); market helpful in assessing his chance, but it's probable that others will prove far wiser.
£50,000 yearling; fourth foal; half-brother to the 1m1f winner Furiosa; hails from a much respected yard who continue to knock in a steady stream of winners; like a few of these horses was declared to race at last week's abandoned Haydock fixture.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Baronial Pride||2||9-2||4/1||Full Result|
|T: R A FaheyJ: T Hamilton|
The New Marwan (9/4), Haldane (7/2), Matera (4/1), One Hart (5/1), Aberama Gold (8/1), Corndavon Lad (9/1), Bad Rabbit (66/1)
- The New Marwan
- Corndavon Lad
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