19:15 Southwell Thu 19 September 2019
18,000 gns yearling son of Dragon Pulse can only be watched having finished a tailed off last on debut 13 days ago at Musselburgh.
Mastercraftsman newcomer cost 44,000gns as a yearling and is bred with stamina in mind with winning siblings staying as far as 2m4f and his dam is a sister to Gold Cup winner Papineau. Almost certain to need farther.
Although only fifth (of 11) at Thirsk latest he improved plenty for the step up to 7f and experience gained on debut. Should take another step forward today and should go well with chances hinging on debutant's readiness.
Was always detached in rear when last of 14 on debut at Newcastle 13 days ago. Watched here with that race one he can hopefully leave behind.
Newcomer by Zebedee who cost £33,000 as a yearling from a decent family. Represents yard prolific with two-year-olds including first time out so expected to make a bold bid here.
Slade Power newcomer who cost €64,000 at Goffs as a yearling is a half-brother to winners Fifty Stars (Australian 6f-1m inc Group 2) and Whiskey Sour (7f-2m Flat/2m hurdle). More speedily bred of yard's duo so respected here.
Garswood newcomer retained by his vendor at auction and is probably best watched having already been gelded and representing yard not known for two-year-old success.
Starspangledbanner colt resold for £105,000 Goffs London 2019 had excuses when never a factor at Sandown on debut in July. Should fare a deal better for the experience gained so could easily take a step forward now.
Mayson half-sister to four winners. Looked very green when fourth of six on debut at York in July and little progress next at Chester (fourth of five). May yet be more to come for well-bred filly.
Only beaten 1L when third at Catterick but over 10L at Hamilton since. First effort means she can't be ruled out and market support would bolster confidence.
Last Year's Winner
Tinnahalla (9/4), Borsdane Wood (9/2), Overwrite (9/2), Creativity (11/2), Stittenham Wood (11/2), Oh Mary Oh Mary (7/1), Revolver (9/1), Anno Lucis (16/1), Ami Li Bert (33/1), El Jefe (50/1)
- Borsdane Wood
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