17:20 Chelmsford City Thu 12 September 2019
Blew a similarly weak lineup away when scoring on debut. Highly tried in two starts on turf since, but sets a high standard for this grade.
£64,000 yearling with Middle Park and Mill Reef stakes entries; easy to back and very much in need of the experience on debut, but clearly held in some regard by a yard who usually have a decent juvenile or two.
Cheap purchase who has barely beaten a rival in either start when beaten an aggregate of 70L. Faces another tough test here
€50,000 purchase as a two-year-old by Tagula out of an unraced mare. Stable 1-17 with this age group over past five years.
Showed clear signs of ability on debut when fourth in a tight finish. Next run too bad to be true and worth keeping an eye on him in the market.
Dubawi filly out of a winning miler and related to three dirt winners who needed at least a mile. Made little impression on debut and an absence since suggests there may have been an excuse.
Makes little appeal on pedigree being by little known New Zealand sire King Raedwald out of an unraced mare. Stable not known for winning debutants so easy to look elsewhere.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Lady Madison||2||8-11||7/1||Full Result|
|T: R HughesJ: S W Kelly|
Last Surprise (7/4), Bill The Butcher (9/4), Shoot To Kill (7/2), Dubai Romance (7/1), San Juan (12/1), Red's Rocket (66/1), Casablanca Kid (66/1)
- Last Surprise
- Bill The Butcher
- Shoot To Kill
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