18:10 Wolverhampton Mon 15 July 2019
Broke his maiden at the third attempt last time at Salisbury (6f) in a seven runner field where he was clear from 2f out. Under a penalty today but looks open to further improvement. Stands out the most in the field.
Was much better on his second appearance at Newbury (6f) last time when fourth of nine after going off at 28/1. Will need to improve again to break his maiden but he is open to progress further. One to watch.
Has been beaten a long way on his two starts so far, both of which have come at 5f. Could only finish seventh of 11 last time at Catterick when going off at 40/1. Much more needed. Others make more of an appeal.
Has had three attempts to get off the mark and although he has yet to score, he has shown some promise in his last two appearances, including latest at Newcastle (5f) when fourth of seven. Up in trip which is likely to suit. One to consider.
Lethal Force colt who was foaled on March 6 and cost £3,000 as a yearling. His dam was a winner over 6f as a two-year-old. Entitled to need the run on debut. One to watch.
Sepoy colt who was foaled on March 28 and cost £4,000 as a yearling. His dam was a maiden who raced up to 1m2f but was a half-sister to Cambina who did score at 1m2f. Breeding suggests he is likely to be better when stepping up in trip.
Made a promising debut at Thirsk (6f) where he was sixth of 12, staying on after a slow start. Would have learned a lot from that experience so expect an even better showing today. One for shortlist for an in-form yard.
Could only finish fifth of seven on his debut at Salisbury over this 6f trip on his debut after going off at 66/1. Has to find much more than he showed on his opening start to be in the mix today over the same distance.
Camacho filly who was foaled on April 10 and cost 24,000 gns as a two-year-old. Sister to 5f winner Hanati, while she is also a half-sister to a couple of useful winners. Interesting newcomer. Watch out for any market confidence behind her.
A long way down the field on his two starts so far, both of which have come on the AW. Had just one runner behind him last time in a nine runner field at Chelsmford (6f) when going off at 66/1. Hard to make a case for.
Last Year's Winner
|5||So Brave||2||9-4||3/1||Full Result|
|T: Archie WatsonJ: Edward Greatrex|
Paddy Elliott (6/4), Milltown Star (15/8), Naseeb (7/1), Portugueseprincess (8/1), Max's Thunder (10/1), Force Of Impact (25/1), Samsar (66/1), Lilkian (100/1), Chateau Peapod (125/1), Parker's Boy (200/1)
- Milltown Star
- Paddy Elliott
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