18:00 Kempton Mon 16 September 2019
Improving colt, beat all bar one in a nursery at Ffos Las (7f, good) last month on fourth start. Has handled AW already and gets on well with claims rider. In the mix.
Daughter of Havana Gold, well held in there novice starts but enters this fray at a modest level and wouldn't be a major shock to find an improved performance forthcoming.
Cable Bay filly with three poor runs on her CV, including 20L defeat in C&D novice last month; has it all to prove on stepping into nurseries for the first time here.
Kyllachy filly, definite promise shown in three turf maidens so far, makes AW/nursery bow for a yard going great guns and merits a close look.
Nicely-bred filly, related to decent winners, hasn't lived up to expectations in three novice runs so far (slowly away each time). Up in trip on nursery bow and likely can improve before long.
Best effort so far came when finishing runner-up in a 7f selling event at Newmarket (good). Not as good since in Ffos Las handicap. More exposed than a good deal of these and must improve on AW bow.
By Kyllachy, has tended to be slow from the gates. Yard's runners typically improve with racing and there should be more to come in nurseries having shown promise already.
Muhaarar filly, some promise in maiden/novice company. Sported first-time blinkers (retained) on handicap bow at Windsor (1m, good) a fortnight ago and didn't improve. Must do so now.
Much-improved when second at Windsor (1m, Good to Firm) in a nursery last time. Winner let form down next time, will be sporting new cheekpieces here and entitled to have designs on a big run.
Sir Prancealot colt picked up for relatively small money. Hasn't threatened to repay faith in four runs, being beaten almost 10L on nursery bow at Ffos Las (7½f, good; 25-1) recently. Hard to make case for.
New Approach colt, remains a maiden after five runs. Runner-up over this trip at Chelmsford penultimate start (beaten 4L); though didn't match that run over same C&D 11 days ago.
Son of Henrythenavigator, well held in five runs so far, including handicaps here (7f) and at Chelmsford (1m) last month. Will surely have to improve for applications of first-time cheekpieces.
Last Year's Winner
Inflamed (4/1), Glen Esk (4/1), Jungle Book (4/1), Moorland Spirit (9/1), Slavonic Dance (10/1), Kentucky Hardboot (12/1), Lexington Quest (14/1), Divine Connection (16/1), Um Elnadim (16/1), Mr Kodi (16/1), Broughtons Compass (25/1), Secret Passion (33/1), Son Of Prancealot (50/1)
- Jungle Book
- Kentucky Hardboot
- Glen Esk
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