14:30 Kempton Tue 20 August 2019
- Matchbook 2% Net Win Novice Auction Stakes (Class 5)
- 8 Runners
- Surface: Polytrack
12,000gns yearling son of Archipenko whose three previous winning half siblings were all effective at around this trip. From a top yard which is 2-2 with AW two-year-olds this season so merits maximum respect.
£11,000 yearling son of Epaulette is a half-brother to winners from 5f-1m and over hurdles. Yard's first two-year-old of the season so probably best watched (4-20 last five season combined).
Anjaal colt showed some ability without getting seriously involved on debut in 1m Windsor contest nine days ago eventually finishing seventh of 12. Wouldn't likely have to improve much to make the frame now.
Toronado half-brother to several winners ran green and was always in rear when last of 12 on debut at Windsor (Island Storm seventh) so remains one best watched.
€21,000 yearling son of Authorized out of a half-sister to dual Arc heroine Treve. Five previous half-siblings all winless but certainly one to keep an eye on in the market on debut.
Half-brother to a 1m two-year-old winner and every chance he can emulate that sibling based on his narrow head defeat in an 11-runner 7f Chepstow contest latest. That easily the best form on offer so very much the one to beat.
€10,000 Pour Moi filly beaten 13L when ninth of 12 at Wolverhampton on debut and 22L at Newmarket more recently when last of 13. Makes no appeal at this early stage.
Havana Gold filly beaten almost 20L on debut here over 6f in July. Dam stayed 1m4f so extra 2f will undoubtedly be appreciated but probably best watched nevertheless.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Archie WatsonJ: Oisin Murphy|
Overpriced Mixer (4/9), Opine (4/1), Bronze River (13/2), Island Storm (12/1), Gweedore (25/1), No Can Do (33/1), Early Morning Mist (50/1), Havana Princess (100/1)
- Overpriced Mixer
- Bronze River
- No Can Do
Ben Linfoot is back in the Daily Nap hotseat and he fancies a Micahel Attwater-trained filly at Brighton on Tuesday.
Nick Robson makes Laikaparty his best Tuesday bet and he has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
David Ord has a horse-by-horse guide to Wednesday's Juddmonte International at York and takes an improving three-year-old to come out on top.