19:00 Nottingham Tue 6 August 2019
Has shown a fair degree of promise in three starts, despite not yet winning. Went very close at Yarmouth last time (1m). Step up in trip looks positive, and he should be tough to beat. Has raced solely on good to firm so far.
Makes his debut in this code, having had a break since the last of six successive hurdles runs earlier in the year. Stays around 2m4f in the other code, where he has been placed in two bumpers. Has to prove he has the speed for this.
5-1 but was impressive on debut, when she cleared away from her field to win a fillies' novice by 5L at Chelmsford (1m2f, AW) last month. Penalised for that, and form not particularly franked, but she has to be high on the short-list.
Has shown some promise on both starts, but was asked far too much in Group 3 company when last seen in October. Has been given plenty of time and no surprise to see his kick on as a three-year-old.
€70,000 foal, 10,500gns yearling. Fifth foal. Half-brother to winners Ultimate Avenue (7f 2yo) & Dance Emperor (1m). Dam unraced half-sister to two Group-placed winners. Nice enough pedigree but looks one to watch first time.
€13,000 yearling, €14,000 2yo. Second foal. Half-brother to 6f 2yo winner Sunday Smart. Dam 7f-1m winner. Stable's 3yos at 13% over past five seasons, so market check probably prudent.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Spanish Archer||3||9-0||15/8||Full Result|
|T: J R FanshaweJ: Daniel Muscutt|
Last Look (4/7), Narynkol (9/4), Midnights' Gift (4/1), Omnivega (6/1), Sea It My Way (10/1), Abwab (33/1), Viking Prince (40/1), Paintball Wizard (100/1), Welsh Rarebit (100/1)
- Last Look
- Midnights' Gift
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