slowly into stride, soon chased leaders, ridden halfway, kept one pace
close up, outpaced halfway, ridden and ran on inside final furlong
in touch, ridden to lead over 1f out, headed and no extra inside final furlong
fly jump start, pushed along and outpaced in rear, switched left and heaway over 1f out, ran on to lead inside final furlong
close up, ridden and every chance over 1f out, weakened final furlong
dropped rider and ran loose before start, soon led, ridden and headed over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong
slowly into stride, outpaced
slowly into stride, mid-division, ridden halfway, soon weakened
There is no form for backers to go on here and what can only be a tentative vote goes to Karayel, who is preferred to La Neige and Calloff The Search. The selection makes plenty of appeal on pedigree being an early foaled son of Fasliyev and, being trained by Richard Hannon, is likely to be forward enough to know what is required. Bill Turner's youngsters normally do well early season so River Prince has to be respected along with David Barron's Me And Mine, who was foaled as early as 3 January and hails from a yard that has started off the season in good form. Mick Channon's La Neige has to be respected, while Calloff The Search looks the pick of the Turner horses on pedigree and is another that merits close attention. Karayel makes most appeal though and he gets the vote.
Avoncreek Tipsy Creek colt, half-brother to winning sprinter Town House.
Calloff The Search Piccolo colt out of 7f & 8f winner Unchain My Heart.
Karayel (IRE) Fasliyev colt out of 1m2f winner Madamaa.
La Neige Royal Applause colt, half-brother to 1m1f winner Ten Shun.
Me And Mine (USA) Belong To Me gelding out of an unraced mare.
River Prince Riverwise gelding out of a moderate racemare.
For Eileen Dinar filly out of a moderate racemare.
Shes Millie Auction House filly out of winning miler Wintzig.