13:55 Catterick Tue 10 September 2019
Penalised for her Beverley 5f win (coped well with drop from 6f) she didn't really need to improve to record that win. Proved herself over C&D before (second when trying to make all); form of that race franked by the winner; clear chance on form.
Steps up to 6f for the first time having had four starts at 5f including once here last time (didn't appear suited by the track). That last run was well below her previous level of form; something to prove going up in trip now.
Looks a modest sort given his two starts so far both of those runs coming here over 5f, outpaced last time, he needs more emphasis on stamina and less on speed. Now steps up to 6f for this first time, type to do better in handicaps.
Showed very little on his debut run only beating one home over 6f (good) at Carlisle, looked very green when slow into stride. Double-figure draw won't help here as he makes his second start, best watched for now.
Last of 10 here over 5f on his debut showing his inexperience and little else. Always on the backfoot after missing the break, should know more this time but hard to see him troubling the principals.
Nothing to show for his three starts so far all over 6f in softer conditions than he's likely to face today. Not started at less than 100-1, that's unlikely to change today with an awkward outside draw to cope with.
Newcomer from the yard that won this last year (2-26 with 2yo newcomers this year). 22,000 guineas May Breeze-Up purchase; half-brother to 3 winners, including 2yo 6f winner Vital Wave, dam unraced. Market to provide useful guidance.
€10,000 Breeze-Up purchase who makes his debut. Yard are 1-51 with 2yo newcomers this season. First foal: dam, maiden up to 7f, out of useful winner up to 7f (2yo 7f winner) Sweet Hope; best watched unless there is market support.
Es Que Love filly who makes her debut (trainer 10-70 with 2yo newcomers this year); closely related to useful 6f-1m winner Duca Di Como and half-sister to 3 winners. Dam unraced; one of the more likely newcomers.
First-timer from a yard not known for their juveniles (3-66 last five seasons). Second foal: dam, 5f winner (including as a 2yo). More than likely to be one of the lesser lights in this, could well need the experience.
Green and inexperienced on her debut at Nottingham (6f, good) when finishing last of ten she did no better the second time around. Again finished last on her most recent start, not one to feel confident about.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Prince Elzaam||2||9-9||5/4||Full Result|
|T: D O'MearaJ: D Tudhope|
Seas Of Elzaam (3/1), Pretty Lady (10/3), Kendred Soul (7/2), Hong Kong Harry (5/1), Arriba Arriba (7/1), Breguet Boy (14/1), Wadi Al Salaam (33/1), Pull Harder Con (33/1), Jungle Rock (50/1), Queen Of Rock (50/1), Lezardrieux (100/1), Youarefullofchat (200/1)
- Hong Kong Harry
- Pretty Lady
- Seas Of Elzaam
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