17:10 Exeter Tue 22 October 2019
Half-brother to a point winner, out of a moderate maiden sister to a 2m2f hurdle and 2m4f chase winner. Trainer 0-26 in bumpers over five seasons.
Dam was well held under both codes in France. Grandam a middle distance AQPS Flat winner. Trainer 0-2 in bumpers this season, so probably one to watch.
€180,000 foal, but went for £11,000 in Doncaster's August 2019 sales. Dam won over 1m4f (AW). Trainer 10% over five season in bumpers, and this is his first such entry this season. Market check.
Cost £14,000 in June 2019. Dam placed over 1m2f, is half-sister to a 7f Group 2 winner. Trainer averages 4% in this sphere over five seasons. Looks one to watch on debut.
€18,500 foal. Half-brother to two hurdle winners (2m/2m3f), out of an unraced sister to bumper and subsequent top class chaser Time For Rupert. Trainer 15% in bumpers over five years (0-7 this season). Interesting.
Cost 10,000gns in May. Dam unplaced over middle distance on the Flat, half-sister to a Group-placed sprinter. In good hands, and trainer is both in good form and 2-4 in bumpers this season. Tongue-tied. Very interesting.
Dam placed over 1m4f (AW). Not many positive clues otherwise from his pedigree. Tongue-tied and looks best watched on debut.
€58,000 foal. Dam a 2yo sprint winner, but there are middle distance Flat influences on his page too. Top trainer is 0-3 with previous bumper raiders in past five seasons (9% over that period in Ireland). Market check.
Dam a 2m3f hurdles winning half-sister to a pair of 2m-2m6f hurdle/chase scorers. Trainer (among the winners) is 21% in bumpers this season, so this gelding could show up well on debut.
Half-sister to two 1m2f AW winners and also an Italian winner over 1m1f-1m3f. Stable 11% in this sphere over five seasons (bettering either its hurdle or chase strike-rates), is having its first such runner this season. Market check.
Dam couldn't make the frame over 7f-1m in five attempts, but is half-sister to a 1m Group 2 winner. Just 1-51 for this stable in bumpers over five seasons, so looks best watched on debut.
Dam an unraced half-sister to a 2m-2m5f hurdle and chase winner. Trainer 8% in Irish bumpers over five seasons (0-1 in Britain in that period). Interesting jockey booking and deserves a market check.
Cost £42,000 in May. Half-sister to five winners, one of them in a bumper. From a good family and in the hands of a trainer who is 2-5 in this discipline this season. Interesting.
Dam placed in a bumper and 2m hurdle, and pedigree suggests she might pick up a race somewhere down the track, but probably not today.
Last Year's Winner
|T: H MorrisonJ: T J O'Brien|
The Rebel Outlaw (6/4), Sergeant O'leary (6/1), Shinobi (8/1), Hollow Gold (8/1), Finest Evermore (10/1), Karastani (10/1), Vulcan Bomber (14/1), Gris D'oudairies (14/1), Mr Chua (16/1), Cameronscat (50/1), Soldier On (66/1), Dark Storm (66/1), City Flame (66/1), Katchar Kiss (80/1)
- Vulcan Bomber
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