13:40 Chelmsford City Sat 21 September 2019
Found the step up to Group 3 company too much when making AW debut at Kempton (6f; standard to slow) last time out. Back in much calmer waters now as he steps up to 7f for the first time, and is the one to beat.
Didn't cause too much trouble when fifth at Ffos Las (7f; good) recently as he stepped up in trip. However, there was obvious progression showed from his debut effort when he finished last. Player if able to take another step forward.
55,000gns yearling by Leroidesanimeaux. Dam was a Group 3 winner as a two-year-old. Yard doesn't have a lot of debut winners, but interesting to see if market speaks in favour of this one.
Son of Holy Roman Emperor who represents connections that are not readily associated with winning newcomers. Cost £60,000 as a yearling. Full brother to 6f/7f winner. Unlikely to pose a serious threat first time out.
Siyouni colt. Made 55,000gns as a yearling. Yard/jockey combo going well, and top stable know how to ready a newcomer. Could well be good enough to have a say on debut in what is an open race.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HughesJ: S Donohoe|
Seasony (6/5), Lexington Rebel (6/4), Abadie (6/1), Pinatar (14/1), Animal Instinct (20/1)
- Lexington Rebel
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