15:25 Newbury Fri 20 September 2019
Had a bit in hand when making a winning debut at Kempton, but the runner-up did little to enhance the form in midweek. Stable have a 30% strike rate with their turf juveniles this term.
Golden Horn foal out of the Italian Listed (7½f-1m) winner Mia Diletta; half-brother to the Italian 2000 Guineas winner Poeta Diletto; highly impressive on debut and entries in the Vertem Futurity and Derby do not look fanciful.
Impressive winner here on debut and was expected to follow up at Salisbury. Ruined his chance that day by hanging over to the stands side and likely he will deliver more on this flatter track.
Siyouni colt out of a middle-distance winning dam who is a half-sister to Derby and Arc winner Sinndar. Highly tried on debut and holds no high profile future entries.
Fair efforts on first two starts before finishing second in a conditions event at Deauville. No forlorn hope but others have stronger form and greater scope.
Bumped into a useful sort on debut before making hard work of landing a Ffos Las maiden (7.5f). Looked ready for a stiffer stamina test that day and in need of more experience. Hard to be certain he is equipped for a race of this stature at present.
Looked a sure fire future winner when chasing home It's Good To Laugh on his Ffos Las debut. Came home well under considerate handling having taken a keen hold, but is he ready for such a strong renewal of this contest?
Took the eye under a tender ride on debut before repaying the kindness at Ffos Las. This will be a lot tougher and he has the most to find in order to be competitive
Last Year's Winner
|5||Raakib Alhawa||2||8-12||25/1||Full Result|
|T: D M SimcockJ: Andrea Atzeni|
Cape Palace (1/2), Man Of The Night (11/2), Acquitted (6/1), It's Good To Laugh (10/1), Tritonic (12/1), Raatea (16/1), Dyami (20/1), Sword Beach (25/1), Code Of Conduct (33/1)
- Cape Palace
- Man Of The Night
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