15:20 Sandown Fri 13 September 2019
Was successful on her debut on the AW at Kempton (1m) where she prevailed by 2L in a smart performance. This is his her first appearance on turf where she has to concede weight all round. Leading contender to follow up here.
Had just one rival behind her on her debut at Newbury in a 10 runner contest over 7f on the opening start of her career after going off at 66/1. Stepping up in trip but she will need to produce much more in order to be competitive.
Le Havre gelding who was foaled on May 3 and cost 42,000 gns as a yearling. His dam was successful over 6f as a two-year-old. He is a half-brother to Grace of Dubai who scored over 1m1½. Keep an eye out for any market support.
Finished seventh of 11 on his debut at Ffos Las (7½f) last month, 10½L off the winner. He started that contest slowly but stayed on well in the closing stages. This slightly longer trip may help. One to watch for now.
Poet's Voice colt who cost 55,000 gns as a two-year-old. He is a half-brother to a number of winners, including Pretty Strange who scored over 1m½f and Shanghaizhengchang who was successful over 1m2f. Likely to improve with experience.
Golden Horn colt who was foaled on April 9 and cost €72,000 as a foal. Half-brother to Sadeek's Song who won over 1m and Winterlude who was successful at trips up to 2m. Market likely to indicate a lot about his chances.
Has struggled in his two appearances so far. He was last of 10 at Lingfield (7½f). He then came home a long way off at Goodwood on his latest start (1m). Needs to improve a lot in order to be competitive here.
Has been at the back end of the field on his two starts to date, including on his last run at Kempton (7f) on the AW where he was ninth of 12. Is stepping up in distance, however, it is hard to make a case for him.
Has shown promise on both of his two starts so far. He was second of eight at Doncaster on his debut over 7f, while he then finished just ½L away in second place at Chelmsford (1m) on the AW. Big player here.
Improved on his modest debut at Kempton (7f) on the AW to finish third of eight at Chepstow (7f) on his second start where he was only 2L away. Open to further improvement over this slightly longer trip. One for the shortlist.
Dandy Man colt who was foaled on January 26 and cost £85,000 as a yearling. His dam was a runner-up over this trip in France and is a half-sister to two-year-old winner Tony Curtis who scored over 7f and 1m. Other newcomers stand out more on paper.
Has had two starts so far. He was fourth of seven on his debut at Newmarket (6f). He then stepped up in trip and was only 3L away when he was fifth of eight on the AW at Chelmsford (1m). Each-way claims here.
Lope De Vega colt who was foaled on March 4 and cost €75,000 as a two-year-old. His dam won over 1m2f in France and also finished in the frame in a Group 2 contest there. More can be expected once he has some experience under her belt.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J H M GosdenJ: N Mackay|
Miss Yoda (13/8), Global Storm (2/1), Impatient (4/1), More Than A Prince (16/1), Cosa Orga (16/1), Campari (20/1), Cadeau D'or (25/1), Surrey Pride (40/1), Dogged (50/1), Chinese Whisperer (50/1), Jen's Lad (50/1), Arabescato (66/1), Dazzling Darren (66/1)
- Miss Yoda
- Global Storm
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