One of eight two-year-olds will receive the wooden spoon. Two horses with racecourse experience. One horse has a significant entry.
Scott Dixon isn't the easiest trainer to second guess but Champagne Mondays was given a Brocklesby Stakes entry but didn't take part. This chestnut son is sired by Milk It Mick out of a ten-time winning mare (who wasn't a talented but a battling handicapper). This home bred is priced 20/1.
Be interesting to see if there is any money for this horse as the stable like to bet if they have a chance.
Scott Dixon won the Brocklesby back in 2014 with Cock Of The North, who raced at a high level including placed at Group 2.
Not the type of horse I would rush out to bet but interesting in its own way.