17:45 Southwell Thu 10 October 2019
Debut for a new yard having had two runs for Charlie Hills (sold for £600 in August, cost 80,000 guineas as a foal). Well backed on debut but ran poorly, and fared no better next time, which doesn't augur well.
Has had plenty of chances, but got back to his best when third of 7 to Auckland Lodge in a nursery at Catterick last time, and holds solid place claims assuming he handles the surface.
Has been outpaced and never dangerous in two starts to date, the more recent at Wolverhampton last month. Makes no great appeal for all he's the type to do better when given a handicap mark.
Cheap purchase, although not as cheap as name implies. Has beaten just one rival on each start to date at Wolverhampton, and another who is better judged when tackling low-grade handicaps.
Runner-up on her last three starts, looking the likeliest winner after getting to the front each time. Arguably disappointing she's not converted one of those opportunities, but still holds outstanding claims, and a tongue tie may well help.
Has started at the unusual price of 125/1 on both starts, and no surprise that she hasn't figured. Another who could improve when going handicapping, but has a mountain to climb on the figures here.
Not disgraced in finishing 2¾L fourth in a 5f contest at Wolverhampton on nursery debut, but she hasn't matched that since, and was disappointing there last time. Visored now, but plenty to prove.
As a daughter of Harbour Watch, she has a fair chance of handling this surface, but she's beaten just one rival in two starts to date, so doesn't appear to be betting material here.
Fared best of those without prior experience when 6¾L fifth of 10 to Dream Kart in a 5f maiden at Windsor in July. Should improve, and sire gets his share of winners here.
Last Year's Winner
Daily Times (5/6), Point of Order (2/1), Quaint (11/2), Hong Kong Harry (7/1), Hollaback Girl (12/1), The Grey Bay (16/1), Orange Justice (40/1), Heartstar (50/1), Dark Moonlight (50/1), Worthamonkey (100/1)
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- Point of Order
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