17:05 York Wed 16 May 2018
Mayson colt, cost 18,000 gns as a foal and £27,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to eight winners including several juvenile winners over this trip. Winner of a three-runner race at Musselburgh on debut but has to concede weight to all here.
Dutch Art filly, cost 25,000 gns as a yearling. Dam a sprint winner (6f) as a juvenile. Improved from debut when green to win a four runner race at Nottingham last time. Carries a penalty for that though and this is tougher.
Charm Spirit colt, cost 75,000 gns as a foal and £105,000 as a Breeze-Up purchase. Half-brother to five winners including a US Grade 2 winner on turf. Interesting newcomer for a yard that do well with their newcomers.
Lope De Vega colt, cost €130,000 as a yearling. Dam a French winner and half-sister to a juvenile Group 1 winner over 1m. Not ruled out but yard's newcomers can need the run and this one may be more effective over a greater stamina test than this.
Foxwedge colt, cost 32,000 gns as a foal and €87,000 as a yearling. Dam a half-sister to a Group 2 juvenile winner and a Listed winner over 6f. Yard flying in recent weeks and worthy of a market check before debut.
Didn't need to improve from his debut to win a Redcar Seller earlier in the month but much more needed here on debut for new connections.
Society Rock colt, cost €42,000 as a yearling. Dam a half-sister to two winners including a juvenile winner. Runner-up to a subsequent winner of a Class 2 at Chester when ¾L second at Doncaster on debut and should improve. Yard won this last year.
Kodiac filly, cost £30,000 as a Breeze-Up purchase. Sister to a two-year-old winner over this trip and half-sister to three more winning sprinters. Dam a half-sister to a Group 3 winner over 6f. Interesting runner and market check advised on debut.
Kodiac filly, cost €105,000 as a foal and 120,000 gns as a yearling. Dam a half-sister to two winners including a Group 3 winner over 1m2f and a Group 1 placed mare over 1m4f. Has to be of interest for a yard that can ready a debutantes.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D CarrollJ: Jim Crowley|
World Order (15/8), Rathbone (9/4), Charming Kid (11/2), Mayson Mac (8/1), Leoube (11/1), Duke Of Hazzard (16/1), Delft Dancer (20/1), Tarrzan (40/1), Beika (50/1)
- World Order
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