13:50 Wolverhampton Mon 14 May 2018
8000 guineas Kodiac yearling having been sold previously for 40,000 euros. Half-brother to a 2yo 5f winner. Yard can get them ready fordebut so worth a market check.
A little disappointing last time having shown promise when third on debut at Chelmsford. Maybe return to AW will help the cause but may find a few too good once again.
Backed from 13/2 to 7/2 on debut at Salisbury recently but made no show in heavy ground. Must have been showing something at home and may do much better on this surface. Yard continuing to fire in the winners.
£17,000 Morpheus filly who is a half-sister to seven individual winners, a number of them over sprint distances. Yard having a good run of late so definitely worth a second glance on racecourse bow.
Daughter of Kyllachy ocst connections 15,000 guineas and makes her racecourse debut here. Half-sister to winner over 1m-1m4f. Yard not known for sharp juveniles so may may be worth watching for now.
Jockey has 18% winning strike rate for this yard and this Sepoy filly has shown ability at a modest evel, most recently finishing a close second in a Redcar seller. Surprise if she's good enough but may not be far away.
Last Year's Winner
Diviner (11/8), Willow Brook (7/2), Global Goddess (9/2), Wolstonbury (13/2), Blasim (11/1), Agent Smith (14/1), Where's Perle (16/1)
- Agent Smith
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