17:40 Kempton

Wednesday 22 November 2017


32Red Casino/ebfstallions.com Novice Stakes (Div 2)

Class 5  |   7f  |   Standard / Slow  |   13 Runners  |   Polytrack
Off time: 17:46  |   Winning time: 1m 26.95s
Weighed In
Age: 2|  Weight: 9-2  |  J: Paddy Bradley |  T: S Dow

Little show over shorter distances at Newbury and Lingfield. Qualifies for a handicap mark after this and that is likely to be his chosen route.

Age: 2|  Weight: 9-2  |  J: A Kirby |  T: C G Cox

Fair degree of promise in both starts at Windsor and Newmarket. One of the more likely types if taking to this AW surface.

Age: 2|  Weight: 9-2  |  J: D C Costello |  T: J A Osborne

Lope De Vega colt who cost 75,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-brother to 5f winner Newton's Law. Makes his debut and worth a market check with stable among the winners.

Age: 2|  Weight: 9-2  |  J: Josephine Gordon |  T: H Palmer

Camelot colt who fetched €180,000 as a foal and is a half-brother to three middle-distance winners. Looks one for longer distances next year, but represents a good stable and should be noted in the betting.

Age: 2|  Weight: 9-2  |  J: L P Keniry |  T: George Baker

Son of Dutch Art who fetched 52,000 gns as a yearling and is from a winning family from 8f to 1m4f. Likely to need this debut run, but has a nice pedigree and is worth keeping an eye on.

Age: 2|  Weight: 9-2  |  J: S M Levey |  T: R Hannon

A €200,000 purchase earlier this year, he is by Choisir out a dam who was a Listed winner in Italy. Shaped with a good deal of promise to be second on debut at Newmarket and is a leading player on that evidence.

Age: 2|  Weight: 9-2  |  J: S W Kelly |  T: R Hughes

Fetched £52,000 as a yearling and is a gelded son of Choisir out of a Gone West mare. Interesting to see if the market speaks for him on his racecourse bow.

Age: 2|  Weight: 9-2  |  J: L Morris |  T: J Tate

Son of New Approach who is a half-brother to 10 winners from 7f to 1m3f. Nice pedigree and one of the more likely debutants.

Age: 2|  Weight: 8-11  |  J: Hollie Doyle |  T: B Barr

Harbour Watch filly who is a half-sister to seven winners from 5f to 1m. Will probably needs this debut experience and is best watched.

Age: 2|  Weight: 8-11  |  J: R Havlin |  T: J H M Gosden

Sepoy filly who fetched £84,000 as a yearling and is from the family of top sprinter Reverence. Top stable always to be respected and she should be monitored in the betting on debut.

Age: 2|  Weight: 8-11  |  J: Rob Hornby |  T: M Blanshard

Rip Van Winkle filly whose price dropped from 22,000 gns as a foal to 10,000 as a yearling, but is related to winners. Signs of ability over C&D, but probably needs more time to develop.

Age: 2|  Weight: 8-11  |  J: Danny Brock |  T: Mark Pattinson

Kheleyf filly out of a Kyllachy mare, she is from the family of good sprinter Eveningperformance. Speedy pedigree so this may be further than she wants to go on debut.

Age: 2|  Weight: 8-11  |  J: Oisin Murphy |  T: A M Balding

A 230,000 gns puchase by prolific sire Dark Angel, she is a half-sister to a winner over 12f and one over 6f and 7f. Quite well backed on debut at Redcar and shaped encouragingly. Should do better.


Weight: 8-11|  Age: 2
T: N P Mulholland  J: S Donohoe


Qaysar (1/2), Crack On Crack On (9/2), Employer (7/1), Jal Mahal (12/1), La Maquina (20/1), Rux Ruxx (20/1), Tribal Warrior (33/1), Duke Of Alba (50/1), Mrs Benson (66/1), Ragstone Ridge (66/1), Corazon Espinado (100/1), Bayards Cove (100/1), One More Dawn (100/1), Molliana (100/1)

Of the debutants, Jal Mahal, Employer and Tribal Warrior catch the eye most, but QAYSAR sets a good standard and is likely to prove hard to beat following his promising debut at Newmarket. Crack On Crack On and Rux Ruxx are also expected to put their experience to good use.
  1. Qaysar
  2. Crack On Crack On
  3. Jal Mahal
Prize Money
1st: £3,234.002nd: £962.003rd: £481.004th: £240.00

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