18:30 Newcastle Tue 17 September 2019
£9,000 yearling; ninth living foal from a 6f winning dam; brother to the juvenile scorers Ample (5f) and Skellig Michael (6f AW).
Sir Prancealot gelding; well beaten on second start at Catterick (7f, good to firm) a fortnight ago and shouldn't be troubling the judge on that evidence.
Half-brother to five winners, including Home Office (7f) and Whoopsy Daisy (1m2f); minimal promise in two AW starts (7f-1m+); returns to action from an 85-day absence; will be more interesting once sent handicapping.
£37,000 yearling; half-brother to three winners; was relatively prominent in the market (7-2) on debut at Redcar (6f, good to firm) in May, but could only finish seventh of nine to In Trutina; off since.
Orientor gelding from a 6f winning dam; in rear throughout on both starts (6f-1m); cheekpieces are now applied seeking a complete transformation in fortunes; unlikely.
Lethal Force filly; third foal; half-sister to two winners, including Newcastle scorer Frank's Legacy (6f/7f); slowly away on debut before running on to finish a never nearer fourth (beaten 2½L) to Havana Jade in a 7f Wolverhampton fillies' novice.
Well beaten in the vast majority of her eight career starts (5f-6f), and as a lowly-rated handicapper simply can't be considered as a realistic contender in this contest on her AW debut.
Left Peter Chapple-Hyam for a mere 1,500gns in May and hasn't achieved anything of note (0-2) since; look elsewhere with confidence.
Helmet filly (4,000gns yearling); 20-1, but shaped with plenty of promise on debut in a Redcar maiden (7f, good) last month, finishing a keeping on ½L second to Lady Dauphin; sets the standard in a weak race on the basis of that form.
Last Year's Winner
Fortamour (9/4), Clifton (5/2), Ravenscar (5/2), Festina (7/2), Blistering Barney (25/1), Arthur Shelby (28/1), Hey Jazzy Lady (100/1), Its Toytown (100/1), Mithayel Style (150/1)
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