18:00 Newmarket Fri 9 August 2019
Son of Morpheus who was re-sold for a paltry £800 as a yearling, and hardly looks a bargain at that, finishing stone-cold last on both starts to date. Gelded since last seen and now tried in cheekpieces, but no appeal.
Hasn't gone on since finishing fourth on his nursery bow at Pontefract in July, but split subsequent winners after trying to make all in a similar event at Lingfield (7f) last time, and has a big chance dropped markedly in class.
Much his best effort when staying on into fourth at Newbury on penultimate start, although no obvious excuse for a shocking effort at Wolverhampton last time. Claims if returning to earlier form.
Half-brother to several winners, but has shown precious little ability in four starts, and beaten a long way off a basement mark when tried blinkered on nursery debut at Lingfield (7f) last time.
Almost certainly flattered by his proximity when down the field on penultimate start at Chelmsford, and was again well beaten at Wolverhampton last time. Drops in class, but has minor place claims at best unless others flop.
Sent off 100-1 on debut at Newbury and never threatened to outrun that price, hanging left in the latter stages and beaten 30L. Has fair bit to prove on that showing, and doubtful whether cheekpieces are the answer.
Been well beaten on both starts to date, although has hinted at ability, and has been keeping pretty warm company. No surprise to see her fare much better down in class, and yard has more than its share of success at this level.
Last Year's Winner
|3||My Maharani||2||8-8||7/1||Full Result|
|T: M BottiJ: Andrea Atzeni|
Walkonby (2/1), Lexington Quest (2/1), Max's Thunder (9/4), Chateau Peapod (10/1), Sir Chancealot (20/1), Goodman Square (22/1), Gifted Dreamer (50/1)
- Lexington Quest
- Max's Thunder
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