17:50 Wolverhampton Sat 30 November 2019
Nicely bred gelding whose dam was a winner on the AW over this trip; related to plenty of winners and certainly worth a check in the market pre-race.
Eye-catching pedigree; very green on debut at Newmarket in October; will obviously improve on that outing and it will be interesting to see how much market support there is for this son of Dark Angel.
£37,000 yearling purchase; will have learned plenty from debut run at Doncaster in late October where ge looked to be getting the hang of things in the closing stages; interesting contender.
Cost connections 65,000 gns at the sales; half-brother to classy sprinter Justineo; followed up promising debut at this track with better effort at Chelmsford early this month; one of the more likely winners.
Glimpses of promise on both his starts to date at Newcastle and Southwell where he finished mid-division both times; open to improvement and any market moves would be interesting.
Lethal Force gelding. Dam, Italian 7f/1m winner, closely related to smart 5f/6f winner Choisir Shadow. Sports tongue-tie on first start.
Given a gentle introduction at Newmarket in August when finishing mid-division over seven furlongs; expected to improve and no surprise to see this son of New Approach running a solid race.
Unfancied and finished down the field on debut run over an extended six furlongs here earlier this month; should appreciate this step up in trip but unlikely to be good enough at this stage of his career.
Cheaply bought, speedily-bred filly; hard to assess and market should be a very reliable guide to her chances.
Related to plenty of minor winners; may not be capable on her debut but worth a look to see how the market assesses her chances.
Last Year's Winner
|6||The Night Watch||2||9-2||5/2||Full Result|
|T: W J HaggasJ: Tom Marquand|
Emirates Currency (11/10), Vottoria Light (3/1), Angelic Time (4/1), Liberation Point (4/1), Striking Approach (9/2), Borstal Bull (9/1), Foreshore (12/1), Amazing News (20/1), Lethal Shadow (22/1), The Weed Machine (25/1), Skirrid Mountain (80/1), Extra Shot (100/1)
- Vottoria Light
- Borstal Bull
- Liberation Point
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