18:15 Kempton Thu 5 December 2019
Gelded son of Sir Prancealot; cost 50,000 euros as a yearling; related to multiple winners; blinkered first time out is not a great sign and market may be best guide to his chances.
Dandy Man colt with plenty of speed on the dam's side; just beat the one home on his debut here over seven furlongs; blinkers applied for the first time; unlikely to be good enough.
18,000 gns yearling by Cacique; half-brother to up to 1m6f winner Garbanzo; last of 11 on his debut at Nottingham in November; hard to see him being up to winning this on that evidence.
Has raced twice over this course and distance; slight improvement on second start having been never a factor on his debut; much more needed to be given a serious chance here.
Never landed a blow on debut at Newmarket (7f; good) before getting stuck in starting stalls after unseating rider at Goodwood in August; hard to assess but worth a peek in the market.
Frankel colt who is a full-brother to smart miler Obligate; superby bred and likely to be all the rage in the market if connections think he is capable first time up.
Cost 30,000 guineas as a yearling; related to winner up to 1m2f; well drawn and market will provide best idea of his chance.
Related to winners up to 1m2f including Classic winner's on his maternal dam's side; second foal; hard to assess on debut and betting ring should be first port of call.
Cost 60,000 euros as a yearly; related to plenty of winners including Group winners up to a mile; interesting contender on his debut.
Champs Elysees colt (90,000gns yearling); second foal from a 1m4f winning dam; half-brother to the 6f-1m winner Sporting Chance; nothing to get excited about from his two racecourse starts and step back in trip does not look ideal.
Make Believe filly, cost 42,000 gns as a foal and 55,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to a middle distance Group 2 winner; reasonable effort on debut at Newmarket in July; fair chance if fit after break.
Improved from debut run at Newmarket in October when running a fair race in defeat in heavy ground at Doncaster later the same month; entitled to improve again and one with a better chance than most.
Last Year's Winner
Indigo Lake (9/4), To Nathaniel (11/4), Make It Rain (7/2), Believe In Love (8/1), Ayyaamy (10/1), Win O'clock (20/1), Seadance (20/1), Deposit (25/1), Great Fengshui (40/1), Critique (50/1), You Owe Me (66/1), Buzztothemoon (100/1)
- Indigo Lake
- Make It Rain
- Win O'clock
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