19:50 Wolverhampton Sat 21 September 2019
75,000 gns May breeze-up purchase out of a 1m winning dam (stayed further), closely related to smart stayer Eddystone Rock. Well beaten on debut last month and significant improvement needed.
Gleneagles colt, half-brother to several winners including the smart at up to 1m1f Western Aristocrat (7f 2yo winner). Proved green on last month's debut and while he needs to improve significantly, a better showing is likely.
Union Rags colt; first foal out of a US stakes-placed 6f-7f dirt winner. Not disgraced over this distance on debut at Chelmsford but may have been flattered in a slowly run affair. More needed.
Made a promising debut at Newmarket where he finished third of seven and that sets the standard. Not far off that at Salisbury last time and there should be more to come. Will need further in time.
Ran a blinder when a narrow second at Goodwood on handicap debut that would make him a leading hope here, however he couldn't get involved in a valuable York contest last time. Entered at Newbury on Friday.
Son of Golden Horn; a sixth foal and a half brother to five winners including Australian Group 1 winner Polarisation. Ran an eye-catching race on debut when slowly away and meeting trouble on a couple of occasions. Should only improve.
Camelot filly is a half-sister to three winners, including two-year-old 1m winner Mister Jo. Beaten 10L on debut over a half furlong shorter and that would need hugely improving upon.
Daughter of Zoffany out of a Whipper mare; a third foal and a half sister to two winners. Will need further in time and market should provide best guide as to expectations on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|11||Felix The Poet||2||9-2||6/4||Full Result|
|T: Archie WatsonJ: Hollie Doyle|
Ya Hayati (11/10), Shandoz (9/4), Trumpet Man (4/1), Sword Beach (15/2), Ben Lilly (20/1), Alargedram (25/1), Falcon Claws (33/1), Lismore (50/1), Isolde (66/1)
- Trumpet Man
- Ya Hayati
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