18:05 Windsor Mon 29 July 2019
Was last of five on debut at Ascot (5f) in a class two contest when going off at 20/1. This assignment should be easier if he improves from his opening start. Up in trip slightly here and open to improvement. One to watch.
Has been well beaten on his two starts so far. He was ninth of 11 over this C&D on his debut, while on his latest outing, he came home seventh of 10 on the AW at Chelmsford (6f). Needs to improve to be in the mix.
Has gone really close to breaking his maiden on his last two starts. He was third of 10 at Carlisle (6f) last month, beaten ¾L, while on his latest run, he was only ½L behind when third of eight at York (6f). Big player.
Night of Thunder colt who cost 155,000 guineas as a yearling. He is a half-brother to Navignies who was successful over 1m as a two-year-old. Interesting newcomer who could put in a strong display on his opening start.
Showed some promise on his debut at Doncaster (6f) where he was sixth of 15, beaten by 2¾L. He led at the halfway point last time but weakened inside the closing stages. More can be expected on his second start. Not to be ruled out.
Has struggled on both of his two runs here so far. Finished 11th of 13 on debut over this distance, while last time, he was last of nine over 5f when going off at 33/1. Has to show a lot more. Hard to make a case for.
Made a promising start to his career when he was third of 11 over this C&D on his debut earlier this month. Was only 2L behind the winner at the finish. More can be expected on his second start, therefore, he is one for the shortlist.
Society Rock colt who finished fifth of 10 on opening start at Chester (5f) when going off at 33/1 on soft ground. Likely to better in these conditions. Stepping up 1f in trip here. One to watch on his second start.
Has yet to be competitive on her two runs so far. She was fourth of five on debut at Goodwood (6f) and then finished eighth of nine on the AW at Lingfield (6f). Returns to turf. Yard are in good form, however, she does need to improve.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J H M GosdenJ: R Havlin|
Endowed (11/10), Powertrain (7/2), Can't Stop Now (9/2), Smokey Bear (11/2), Utopian Lad (16/1), Owhatanight (20/1), Comvida (50/1), Penny Diamond (50/1), Quarrystreetmagic (66/1)
- Smokey Bear
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