15:30 Kempton Tue 20 August 2019
Showed little in starts here and at Wolverhampton recently and is one who can only be watched in the first-time headgear ahead presumably of low-grade handicaps.
25-1 and held on debut over C&D in March before second albeit beaten 11L at Nottingham over 1m½f on soft earlier this month. Each-way potential here.
425,000gns yearling entire by Intello is the first foal out of a Listed-placed 1m1f/1m2f winning sister to 1m2f Group 1 winner Chorist. Top yard and fine pedigree puts him firmly on the shortlist on debut.
40,000 guineas Bernardini colt who made a promising start when third at Chelmsford despite having to race wide most of the way. Should have learned plenty but needs to take a good step forward from there to score here.
Once raced son of Dansili shaped with potential when sixth of 12 at Chelmsford over 7f beaten just 2¼L by Mutamaasik who won a handicap off 87 on Saturday. More to come and highly respected here.
Motivator filly who cost only £1,000 as a yearling was hampered at the start when 10th of 14 on debut here last October. Best watched now for glimpses of ability.
Homebred half-sister to Park Hill Stakes winner Silk Sari looked a long-term prospect when a 19L ninth of 12 on debut at Redcar over 7f. Sure to appreciate extra 1f but surely won't be enough to see her in the picture.
Dubawi filly out of Oaks winner Love Divine and half-sister to Leger winner and decent sire Sixties Icon plus six other winners all at 1m plus. Beautifully bred filly so one worthy of the shortlist on debut.
Built on promising sixth at Windsor to finish third twice over this trip on the July course with the latest seeing her one place behind Loving Glance who is likely favourite for division 1 of this. Best form on offer for champion trainer.
Last Year's Winner
Mayne (2/1), Magical Rhythms (3/1), Ghadbbaan (3/1), Knockacullion (9/2), High Gloss (16/1), Al Moataz (20/1), Loveheart (25/1), Celestial (150/1), Keep On Laughing (200/1)
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