14:40 Haydock Fri 19 July 2019
Ivawood gelding. Lack of experience told on debut when dwelt at the start and was a never nearer seventh at Wetherby (5f, good to firm) in May. Will appreciate the step up to 6f but more needed on evidence of that form.
€150,000 purchase as a yearling who is a half-brother to 7f Listed winner Lida and 6f Listed winner Biraaj. Has an attractive pedigree and should be versatile between 6f-1m. Worth a betting check on racecourse debut.
Cost £60,000 as a two-year-old. Out of a dam who failed to win on the track but is a half-brother to winners up to 1m2f, including Go Sakhee. This trip looks sharp and may be a long-term prospect.
125,000 gns yearling purchase who hasn't lived up to expectations on the track so far. Didn't improve for debut run 11L sixth at Nottingham (5f, good to firm) needs to step up on form to be competitive.
87,000 gns purchase as a yearling out of a Group 3-winning mare over 1m. Half-brother to multiple winners including Jammy Guest and Haddajah. Notable if there is market support for in-form jockey and trainer.
€130,000 yearling purchase. Son of Acclamation out of an unraced mare who hasn't produced a winner on the track to date. Uninspiring pedigree but can't be discounted from a yard who recently had a Group 2 juvenile winner.
Unsold as a foal. Son of 2012 July Cup winner Mayson out of a dam who won up to 7f but her progeny hasn't won a race to date. Speedy pedigree but others preferred.
Well-bred colt by a European champion two-year-old out of a mare who won 1m1f Listed contest in Germany. May be a longer term prospect over further trips but merits respect and is stable's first string on jockey bookings.
Brazen Beau colt who wasn't disgraced on debut when third of seven at York (6f, good to firm) last month. Entitled to improve from that effort is worth considering.
Maiden from three starts but already boasts a listed second next to her name. Out of depth the 23rd in the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot but that form has been boosted and is the one to beat if replicating her previous runs.
Last Year's Winner
|T: B SmartJ: G Lee|
Jm Jackson (7/4), Treble Treble (4/1), Good Job Power (4/1), Three Fans (10/1), Cobra Eye (11/1), Dogged (12/1), Glorious Zoff (14/1), Brad The Brief (20/1), Asstech (25/1), Foad (33/1), Pull Harder Con (100/1)
- Jm Jackson
- Cobra Eye
- Glorious Zoff
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