14:30 Musselburgh Wed 3 July 2019
Looked quite exciting when turning over an odds-on fav over C&D on debut. Up against when 12th in the Windsor Castle Stakes at Royal Ascot (5f; soft). This is more achievable and he could get back on track, although the penalty tempers enthusiasm.
Finished 10-length behind the subsequent Norfolk Stakes winner when fifth on debut at Ripon (5f; good to soft). This is easier but he would have to step up a bit to threaten the main protagonists on the bare form of his first career start.
Only newcomer in the field and ran terrifically to finish fourth on debut at Yarmouth (6f; good to firm) last Friday. That was quite a fair race and with the drop down to 5f a positive, he may take some stopping.
Mayson filly who is a full-sister to a couple of winners, and a half-sister to another couple of winners. Only newcomer in the field, and this is a tough assignment on debut. Shouldn't be completely discounted for top trainer though.
Handed an impossible task last time when finishing 17th in the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot (5f; good to soft). Returns to a far more realistic level now and she is a huge player after an encouraging debut effort at Carlisle (5f; good to soft).
Last Year's Winner
Ventura Flame (1/1), Bill Neigh (13/8), Bubbly Splash (6/1), Lady Celia (10/1), Time Force (11/1), Arriba Arriba (20/1)
- Time Force
- Bill Neigh
- Ventura Flame
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