14:10 Redcar Wed 31 July 2019
Camacho half brother to 6f juvenile winner Caius College Girl. Made a highly satisfactory debut when winning a 6f novice at Ayr from Streaker. Can do better, and likely to go well despite his penalty.
Has shown a solid level of form, and found a little more improvement when ½L second of 5 to Aberama Gold in a 5f novice event at Carlisle last time. Sets the standard on these terms (OR 76), and interesting to see an eye-cover deployed now.
Fourth on both starts to date, improving when filling that spot at York last time despite still showing signs of inexperience. Should progress again, and one to bear in mind.
Canford Cliffs half-brother to 2-y-o 6f winner Over The Guns. Well held in two starts to date, and while his second effort was a step in the right direction, he doesn't appeal this side of nurseries.
Free Eagle half-brother to very smart 7f-1m½f winner Penitent and useful 2-y-o 5f-6f winner Supplicant. Needed the experience when down the field at Doncaster 11 days ago, and likely to need a little more time before he blossoms.
Half-brother to smart sprinters Mythmaker (for same connections) and Tis Marvellous. Very raw when well beaten at Doncaster on debut, but hinted that he was capable of much better, and not taken lightly.
Didn't offer much on turf debut, and fared even worse after a break at Wolverhampton last time. May have needed that run, but makes very little appeal nonetheless.
Showed a bit more early dash on second start, but the end result was not a great deal better, and he looks a long-term project if anything.
Homebred Sea The Moon half-sister to 1½m-2m winner Casual Garcia and 1m5f winner Lipita. Pedigree suggests she will need a much stiffer test of stamina than this, and looks yard's neglected on riding arrangements.
Lethal Force half-sister to connections' 6f to 1¼m winner Mountain Breath, who was placed on debut at 250/1. Yard has few juvenile runners, but several have run well at rewarding odds in recent years.
Dandy Man half-sister to five winners, but looked badly in need of the experience when 11L fifth of 6 to Byline in maiden at Hamilton. Likely to prove much better than that in time, and market should guide here.
Half-sister to high class 1¼m-1½m winner Exosphere (renamed Exospheric in Australia). Showed speed but hung badly and was eased off when last of 5 on debut at Doncaster. Could prove much better than that bare form if keeping straight.
Full-sister to 6f 2-y-o winner Society Shock and half-sister to several other winners. Hasn't shown much other than inexperience in two runs so far, and needs this to qualify for nurseries.
Last Year's Winner
|14||King Of Tonga||2||9-2||5/1||Full Result|
|T: R A FaheyJ: D Nolan|
Macho Time (9/4), Dutch Decoy (11/4), Cruising (5/1), Proclaimer (8/1), Sushi Power (10/1), Redzone (12/1), Inductive (20/1), Cold Light Of Day (25/1), Lasting Legacy (25/1), Intrinsic Bond (33/1), My Dandy Doc (50/1), Teasel's Rock (50/1), William Alexander (150/1), The Mystery Wizard (200/1)
- Sushi Power
- Macho Time
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