18:35 Hamilton Fri 19 July 2019
140,000gns yearling; 9th foal; half-brother to winners Bogart, Blaine and Longton. Sets the standard on his debut second when green and slowly away before some eye-catching late progress. The one to beat.
Acclamation colt, cost €65,000 as a yearling. Slowly away and outpaced early on debut but stayed on late for an albeit well held third. Likely to improve for the run and one to consider.
Son of Hot Streak gelded ahead of this debut. Cost £32,000 as a yearling; an 11th foal who is a half-brother to six winners including sprint winners Morache Music, Never Lose, Enchanted Linda and Knight Charm. One to note in the market.
Daughter of Dark Angel out of a Listed sprint winner in Germany. Cost £60,000 as a yearling and bred for speed. Leading stable remain in form and a highly likely type on debut.
Daughter of Dandy Man cost €50,000 as a yearling; a 10th foal and a half-sister to five winners. Has plenty of speed in pedigree so worth a precautionary market check on debut.
Society Rock filly bought for €42,000 as a yearling but sent off at 40/1 on last month's C&D debut and finished well held. Easy to look elsewhere.
Last Year's Winner
Byline (8/13), Dark Regard (7/2), Lexington Warfare (7/1), Magic Timing (12/1), My Dandy Doc (16/1), Rominintheglomin (40/1)
- Dark Regard
- Lexington Warfare
Log in for access to this exclusive content.
Next Race Off
Matt Brocklebank bids to follow up Ben Linfoot's 3/1 winner on Friday with the Sporting Life Daily Nap running at Newcastle.
Nick Robson makes Chasing Dreams his best Friday bet and he has a tip for every meeting in the UK and Ireland.
Alex Hammond looks ahead to QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot and highlights her best bets, including Clon Coulis in the Balmoral Handicap..