20:05 Newcastle Thu 8 August 2019
28,000gns yearling; 33-1 when sixth of of nine to Morisco on debut over 7f here in July; more required.
Missed the break but showed improved form when sticking on (never able to land a blow) to finish sixth of ten to Treble Treble at Haydock (6f, good to soft) three weeks ago; could do better on AW debut.
Sepoy colt; fourth foal; half-brother to the 7f AW winner Mulzim and the Polish 6f/7f winner Ujoor; in excellent hands and could well play a part in the finish on debut; drawn wide in stall 1 (far side).
20,000gns foal; half-brother to four winners including the speedy Abate (6f); showed pace but didn't get home when eighth of nine on recent Newmarket (6f, good to firm) debut.
13,000gns foal; made some progress from first start to second but his remote 25-1 fourth to Hector Loza at Chelmsford (6f) shouldn't be good enough form.
First foal from a moderate dam; slowly away when tenth of 13 on debut at Lingfield (6f, good to firm) in July; this trainer has been known to send some promising horses north to Newcastle; worth a market check.
Canford Cliffs colt out of a Galileo mare (placed between 1m2f-1m4f) who was closely related to the 7f Group 1 winning juvenile Termagant; stable have had an excellent season with their juveniles.
30,000gns yearling; half-brother to three winners including Staxton (6f); well beaten seventh of eight to Oh Purple Reign on York (6f, good to firm) debut; stable second string behind Asstech?
3,000gns yearling; fourth foal; half-brother to the 1m2f-1m4f winner Lady Valdean; stable not exactly known for supplying juvenile winners.
Casamento filly; first foal from an unraced dam who is closely related to the Group-placed 1m2f-1m7f winner Fergus McIver; with a much respected trainer but may need further in time; tough task against the colts/geldings.
Dragon Pulse filly; placed on both of her starts to date (6f, Thirsk), including when beaten just over 2L by the subsequent Beverley scorer Harry Love; half-sister to the 1m AW winner Private Party.
Cost 20,000gns as a juvenile; from a 6f AW/7f turf winning dam; turned over at odds of 4-7f on debut at Yarmouth (6f, good to firm) when beaten a neck by the Amy Murphy-trained Nirodha (had earlier shown ability at Wolverhampton).
Last Year's Winner
|6||Gale Force Maya||2||8-11||10/3||Full Result|
|T: M DodsJ: Callum Rodriguez|
River Cam (7/4), Huraiz (13/2), Spantik (13/2), Abbotside (7/1), Kayewhykelly (8/1), Rushcutters Bay (12/1), Asstech (14/1), Jamaal Danehill (14/1), Najm (25/1), Staxton Hill (25/1), Clotherholme (25/1), Kayat (33/1), Top Attraction (100/1)
- River Cam