18:00 Kempton Thu 10 October 2019
Failed to beat a rival home and beaten a combined total of 40L in two poor runs to date. Easy to dismiss once again.
300,000gns yearling is bred to be forward and was only headed on the line when second at Newmarket on debut. The form is working out well and the winner has followed up in handicap company. Sets a strong standard.
Son of Fast Company who is a second foal out of an AW winner; full brother to 5f AW juvenile winner Hit The Beat. Bred to be forward and one to note in the betting on debut.
Dubawi colt is the first progeny of a dam who was a 1m-12.5f winner (inc at 2/Group 2). Unfancied, green and never involved on last month's Haydock debut and likely to need further and more time.
Sent off favourite when third on debut but was a long way below that level when disappointing last start. He'd still need to find more from his first run so others preferred.
Outran odds of 40/1 when making the running and third over 7f at Leicester on debut last month. Only likely to improve for the experience and he wouldn't need much more to go close. Leading contender.
38,000 gns Dawn Approach filly out of a German Listed winner. Far too green and tailed off on debut and now tried in a first-time hood. Easy to overlook.
Daughter of Outstrip and a half-sister to three winners. Bred to need a much stiffer test in time and others preferred on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Cool Reflection||2||9-2||6/4||Full Result|
|T: P F I ColeJ: R Havlin|
Premier Power (1/3), Fleeting Prince (5/2), Well Prepared (3/1), Tommy Rock (9/1), Tom Collins (14/1), Streeton (14/1), Alezan (25/1), Step To The Beat (25/1), Bonus (50/1), Callherwhatyoulike (66/1), Wrath Of Hector (100/1)
- Premier Power
- Well Prepared
- Fleeting Prince
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