20:15 Wolverhampton Sat 19 October 2019
Showed some promise on his opening start when he was third of 13 at Kempton (1m) on his debut. Did not progress on his latest effort here over this C&D as he was fifth of 10. This is his first run back since having a wind-op. Best to watch.
Broke his maiden at the second attempt when she prevailed at Newcastle (1m) on what was her first appearance on the AW. She quickened clear in the closing stages last time to score by 4L. Will carry a penalty but she is one to consider to follow up.
Was not far away from the winner on his debut when he was third of five at Newcastle (1m2f). Performed modestly well on his latest effort at Kempton (1m). More can be expected here. Has each-way claims.
Went off at 3/1 on his debut at Southwell (1m) but he came home at the rear of the eight runners in a disappointing performance. Much more can be expected this time around. Steps up in trip. Can't discount.
Finished second of six on his debut at Lingfield (1m2f) on the AW where he went off at 7/4. That form has been boosted as the winner has since come out and scored again. He is open to improvement. Leading contender.
Sea The Stars colt whose dam prevailed over 6f in the US. He is a half-brother to Snowy Scene who won over 6f as a two-year-old. Interesting newcomer who is likely to need this opening start on the track.
Has struggled on both of his two runs. He was ninth of 10 on his debut at Leicester (7f), while he could only finish 10th of 11 on his latest attempt at this course over the extended 1m trip. Tongue-tie is on for the first time. Hard to fancy.
Came home in midfield when he was ninth of 19 on his opening outing at Newbury (1m2f) back in May after going off at 16/1. Will need to step up on that debut display here. Others make more of an appeal.
Finished 11th of 16 on his sole appearance on the track so far at Gowran Park over this distance. Should improve from that performance now he knows what it is all about, however, others stand out more.
Last Year's Winner
Nsnas (5/4), Shauyra (5/2), Raining Fire (4/1), Big Daddy Kane (9/1), Siena Mia (14/1), Tactical Approach (20/1), Tofan (25/1), Classic Design (28/1), Orion's Shore (50/1), Pukka Tique (66/1)
- Big Daddy Kane
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