18:00 Wolverhampton Mon 9 September 2019
Had just one horse behind him on his debut at Nottingham (6f) in a six-runner field. Was better last time at Windsor and could be more progress here. Worth betting check.
Raven's Pass gelding who was foaled on March 26 and cost €30,000 as a yearling. He is a half-brother to Arciopinko, who was successful over 6f. Likely to come on for debut appearance so one to watch for now.
£15,000 yearling and half-brother to a winning juvenile; has had a pair of wide-margin defeats on turf at Chepstow and Chester so far, needs big improvement here.
Trainer has done with a few from this Fast Company gelding's line already, though likely to come on for this first start.
Unraced Slade Power colt, represents strong connections on debut and booking of Oisin Murphy a positive. Respected.
Colt by Kodiac, cost €40,000 as a two-year-old and is half-brother to multiple winners. Worth market check on debut.
Full-brother to dual Nunthorpe winner Mecca's Angel and very smart 6f/7f winner Markaz. Well held in maiden/novice starts over 6f at Newbury so far, plenty to work on ahead of AW bow.
Kyllachy colt, cost 52,000 gns as a yearling. His dam won over 6f and 7f in her career. He was 40-1 on debut last month in 6f Windsor maiden and appeared to need the experience. Possibly will require more time.
Daughter of Casamento out of 1m winner Constant Craving, went off 66-1 on debut last month at Brighton (6f, good to firm) and showed signs of temperament in preliminaries. Well beaten.
Half-sister to Italian 6f-1m winner Finisela Subit, she hasn't offered too much in novice starts at Nottingham (6f, soft) and Leicester (7f, good) so far and needs a step forward on this AW bow.
Nicely related Iffraaj filly, runner-up in 5f Fillies' Novice Stakes at Beverley last month on debut. Should be more to come and this extra furlong looks way to go.
Last Year's Winner
Desert Safari (5/6), Say It Simple (3/1), Sir Oliver (6/1), Wilfy (7/1), Passional (7/1), Bryn Du (12/1), Cadeo (25/1), Dutch Harbor (28/1), Crowded Express (66/1), Handful Of Gold (66/1), Diamonds And Rust (100/1), Cappella Fella (100/1), Fedora Fits (100/1)
- Say It Simple
- Desert Safari
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