18:15 Ffos Las Mon 29 July 2019
Has a few decent sort in her pedigree on the dam's side, yet to show anything on the track however; failing to beat a rival home in two spring starts at Chelmsford and Bath. Hard to be positive.
Son of Kodiac cost 150,000 gns as a yearling and is improving with racing. Close second at Leicester (7f, good to firm) early this month despite being keen and looks sure to get off the mark soon.
Eight-race maiden in Ireland, best form has come over 1m+ so far, interesting raider nonetheless and needs close market scrutiny.
Gelded son of Holy Roman Emperor, has shown bits of promise in three novice runs over 7f/1m½f so far but will surely need to improve to figure prominently.
Dark Angel colt, cost 105,000 gns yearling and is closely related to useful winner up to 1m Sweepstake. Commands plenty of respect on debut for the Richard Hannon team.
Dabirsim filly, made €100,000 as a two-year-old. 25-1 on debut at Chelmsford (1m, AW) this month and not entirely without promise despite fading late in the piece. Can build on that.
Filly by Assertive, big price and achieved little on debut in 6f Windsor novice late last month. Must take a big step forward.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HughesJ: Stephen Cummins|
Desert Land (1/1), My Style (3/1), Jered Maddox (7/2), Young General (7/1), Midas Girl (10/1), Peggotty (50/1), Jazzameer (100/1)
- Desert Land
- Young General
- Midas Girl
Log in for access to this exclusive content.
David Ord is back in the nap hotseat on Friday and fancies Jim Goldie to win the William Hill Bronze Cup at Ayr.
Keith Hamer makes Salute The Soldier his best bet for Friday and has a tip for every race at every meeting in the UK and Ireland.
After tipping Logician at 12/1 for the St Leger, Matt Brocklebank is keen to get a two horses on side at 20/1 and 12/1 ahead of the QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot.