15:30 Newcastle Wed 8 January 2020
Encouraging fifth on debut here at the start of December and stepped up on that well when good winner at Wolverhampton (6f) later that month. Has a penalty but merits amount of respect.
200,000 gns foal by Golden Horn. Dam was a minor stakes winner in the USA (1m) and is half-sister to useful 1m4f winner Mud Hilah. Notable if there is market support.
Half-brother to several winners from powerful yard but yet to fire in two starts, including 10th of 11 over C&D in early-November. Not seen since but more may be needed on that form.
Havana Gold colt who was bought cheaply. Ran to 100/1 outsider tag when 10th of 13 on debut over C&D last month and likely to fill that bracket once again. Stable second-string.
George Vancouver colt who wasn't really bashed about on debut when 100/1 seventh over 6f here last month. May do better for the step up in trip but could be one for handicap company.
Promising son of New Approach with plenty of middle-distance in his pedigree. Ran well to take fifth on debut at Kempton (7f) in late November and likely to progress from that effort. Considered.
Solid second on debut at Chelmsford (7f) but regressed poorly when ninth of 14 at Kempton just over a month ago (1m). Back down in trip which may suit better.
Twice-raced maiden who took the eye on debut here in November and ran probably to the same level when fourth at Chelmsford (7f) last month. Will need to progress now but not without hope.
Filly by Helmet. Dam was a winner up to 1m1f but notably is a half-sister to 6f Group 1 winner Unfortunately. Market check needed but could find some of these rivals too classy.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Dutch Pursuit||3||9-7||5/1||Full Result|
|T: M DodsJ: Callum Rodriguez|
Union (6/5), Tomorrow's Dream (11/4), Blow Your Horn (3/1), Muritz (12/1), Morning Shadow (20/1), Jorgie (28/1), Lakeland Magic (40/1), Golden Sandbanks (50/1), Camouflaged (66/1), Tamoshanter Kid (125/1)
- Tomorrow's Dream
- Blow Your Horn
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