15:55 Carlisle Wed 11 September 2019
Sixties Icon colt out of an unraced dam. Stable more than capable of readying a useful newcomer but quiet at present. Best watched unless significant market support.
Son of Lemon Drop Kid who cost $110,000 as a yearling; a first foal to a dam unplaced in the US. May need further in time but worth a market check on debut.
Black Sam Bellamy colt and a first foal out of a juvenile winner. Stable a touch quiet at present and not noted for debut winners. Trainer also introduces Titanium Grey.
Son of Poet's Voice gelded ahead of debut. Cost €16,000 as a yearling and £5,000 as a juvenile; an eighth living foal and a half brother to winners Hypnotized, Absent Pleasure and Superior Charm. Stable in decent form and worth a market check.
Green and never involved when a 43L last of three over this C&D on heavy on debut. Hard to make any sort of case for.
Son of Bated Breath gelded ahead of debut and cost 43,000 gns as a foal. Stable have had a juvenile winner this season but not really noted for them. Market should provide best guide.
Noble Mission colt has only beaten two rivals home in two well held efforts so far. Hard to see he's likely to find the necessary improvement and likely best watched.
Son of Golden Horn represents a stable very much in form. A fifth foal but bred to need a fair bit further in time. Still worth a market check on debut.
€4,000 yearling has outrun his purchase price with two close up efforts so far. That form sets a clear standard and he's open to plenty of improvement. Rates a leading contender/
Son of Sakhee gelded ahead of debut and a first foal to an unplaced dam. Stable also introduces fellow debutante Copperlight and market likely best guide.
Son of Outstrip fetched £15,000 as a yearling and likely to stay past a mile in time. Stable a touch quiet at present and not noted for debut winners.
Daughter of Anjaal cost 38,000 gns as a yearling; a ninth foal and a half-sister to six winners. Never featured over 6f on debut. and this would require significant improvement.
Daughter of Poet's Voice and a second foal who is a half sister to 1m4f AW winner Caplin. Bred to get further in time but still worth a check in the betting for a powerful stable.
Failed to make an impression in two starts at lengthy odds so far and hard to be really confident she can be competitive.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Buckman Tavern||2||9-5||6/1||Full Result|
|T: Sir Mark PrescottJ: Ryan Tate|
Stag Horn (6/4), Strawman (5/2), Notation (8/1), Black Star Dancing (8/1), Ruby Shield (10/1), Titanium Grey (18/1), Lady Latte (20/1), Brasingamanbellamy (20/1), Bentley Wood (22/1), Roman's Empress (25/1), La Trinidad (33/1), Copperlight (40/1), Noble Bertie (66/1), Three Dragons (80/1), Holmgarth (100/1)
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