18:00 Windsor Mon 19 August 2019
Had just one horse behind him on his debut at Nottingham (6f). A slow start did not help his chances of success. Should give a better account of himself now he knows what it is all about. One to watch on his second appearance on the track.
Fountain Of Youth gelding who was foaled on February 3 and cost 40,000 guineas as a yearling. His dam won over 5f and is a half-sister to Reel Gift who was useful over 7f. Likely to do better with some experience on his side.
Was fifth of seven on his debut at Newbury (6f) when going off at 18/1. Ran green on that opening start in what was an inexperienced performance. Likely to perform better here. Tongue-tie on for the first time. One to watch for now.
Made a promising start to his career on the AW at Chelmsford (7f) where he was second of four. He then finished third of 10 at Goodwood (6f), beaten by on 1½L. Looks open to further improvement. One to consider.
Made a modest start to his career at Haydock (6f), finishing fourth of 10 runners. Was then fancied in the market on his second start but he had to settle for third place of eight at Pontefract (6f). Might be worth giving another shot of success.
Kyllachy colt who was foaled on March 31 and cost 52,000 guineas as a yearling. His dam won over 6f and 7f in her career. He is a half-brother to Buoyant Boy who scored over 6f. Likely to need this opening run.
Has been well held on his two starts so far. Was a little better on his second appearance when coming home sixth of 11 at Newmarket (6f) after going off at 66/1. Tongue-tie on for the first time here. Others are preferred.
Has had three runs now so he is not short of experience. Came close to opening success two starts back at Newbury (6f) when second of 12, beaten a short-head. Was disappointing last time in a class 2 event at Goodwood (6f). Leading player here.
Had just two horses behind her on her debut at Newbury (6f) in a 15 runner field. She went right at the start and was slowly away which did not help her chances. Needs to produce more on her second start to be in the mix.
Hot Streak filly who was foaled on March 13. She is a half-sister to Lightning Stride who won as a two-year-old over 5f and Side Effect who was a winner at 1m. Likely to be better as she gains some experience.
Has had the two appearances on the track so far. She was fifth of eight last time on the AW at Wolverhampton (5f), just 3¼L behind the winner. Back up in trip here where the cheekpieces are on for the first time. Others make more of an appeal.
Last Year's Winner
|15||Fares Kodiac||2||9-5||16/1||Full Result|
|T: M BottiJ: G Mosse|
Lost In Time (4/7), Written Broadcast (4/1), Three Fans (13/2), Skontonovski (8/1), Bryn Du (16/1), Arabian Dream (20/1), Island Warrior (20/1), Winning Streak (28/1), Wilfy (40/1), Gift Of Youth (40/1), Full Spectrum (80/1), Erika (100/1)
- Written Broadcast
- Lost In Time
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