14:05 Beverley Tue 30 July 2019
A half-brother to four winners who were effective between 6f up to 1m2f; debut run at Chepstow (7f, good) was respectable and the finishing position of fourth was all the better considering that he missed the break. Chance if taking a step forward.
Dam won over an extended 1m1f up to 1m2f; the gelding is out of a granddaughter to St Leger winner Bollin Eric; yard flying at present but strike-rate with two-year-old debutantes is by no means as prolific as some.
A Teofilo colt out of a half-sister to 7f Group 1 winner Parish Hall and the useful miler Hall Of Fame as well as Listed placed Siamsaiocht; good pedigree and the yard doing well just now. Breeding suggests he can pay his way; worth a betting check.
20,000 gns yearling who has C&D experience; was slowly away on his debut and never managed to get on terms as a result. Open to improvement but has a wide draw and needs to be a lot sharper from the stalls this time.
Keen on debut over C&D and hung badly to the right close to home; improved last time at Wolverhampton but still beaten 3l at the line. Obvious claims from a handy draw and racing for an in-form yard but already been vulnerable to a sucker punch.
The betting can guide where this Noble Mission colt - a £30,000 yearling - stands with stablemate Fast Deal but there's enough potential in the pedigree to suggest he can pay his way. Well drawn if live to the task at the first time of asking.
Plenty of winners in his pedigree and races for a yard that has turned the corner lately. The Lope De Vega colt attracted plenty of interest on debut and wasn't beaten far in a bunch finish (at Haydock, 7f, good to soft). Well worth considering.
Last Year's Winner
Tell Me All (5/4), Lord Of The Alps (9/4), Cloud Drift (5/2), Thunder King (14/1), Genesius (20/1), King's Charisma (33/1), Noble Bertie (50/1), Fast Deal (80/1)
- Tell Me All
- Lord Of The Alps
- Cloud Drift
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