14:20 York Fri 18 May 2018

  • Langleys Solicitors British EBF Marygate Fillies' Stakes (Listed) (Class 1)
  • 5f, Good to Firm
  • 14 Runners
  • Winner£28,355.002nd£10,750.003rd£5,380.004th£2,680.005th£1,345.006th£675.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:58.95sOff time:14:21:18
1
(10)
28-12OR: D
16/1
Gregorian filly, cost 10,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to two winning sprinters and dam a sprint winner, half-sister to Group 2 winning juvenile over 6f. Impressive winner on debut at Beverley and form of that race boosted since. Not ruled out.
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3
(14)
28-12OR: D
13/2
Oasis Dream filly, cost 50,000 gns as a yearling. Dam a winner over this trip and went on to win Listed and Group 3 races over 7f. Impressive winner at Yarmouth on debut and yard do well here, interesting with improvement likely and Moore booked.
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4
(11)
28-12OR: D
10/1
Improved from a promising debut to win at Salisbury last time in heavy ground. Tough ask here though and may prove to be more effective over a longer trip.
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5
(13)
28-12OR: D
25/1
Kuroshio filly, cost £8,000 as a yearling. Dam related to a Listed winner as a juvenile over 7f. Defied greenness to win at Wolverhampton last month. Form of that race taken plenty of knocks since but should improve and booking of De Sousa a plus.
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7
(3)
33/1
Foxwedge filly, cost 16,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to two useful sprinters on AW. Dam a juvenile winner over 6f and half-sister to Listed winner over 6f. Tough ask on debut but she's well bred and market should reveal expectations on debut.
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8
(5)
28-12OR: D
20/1
Sir Prancealot filly, won a Class 5 Chelmsford contest on the AW last month, since run okay when third and should be suited by better ground here but has much more on her plate this time.
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9
(2)
28-12OR: D
4/1
Dark Angel filly, cost 62,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to 6f winner and dam an Italian middle distance performer and half-sister to 7f Group 1 winner. Green on debut but got the hang of things late on and form boosted since. Should run well.
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10
(7)
28-12OR: D
4/1
Oasis Dream filly, cost €44,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to a 6f Listed winner and dam a Group 2 winner over middle distances. Took a step forward from debut win with a comfortable success at Chester last week. This tougher but should run well.
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11
(4)
28-12OR: D
16/1
Swiss Spirit filly, half-sister to four winners including a useful 6f sprinter and dam a US Grade 2 winner and half-sister to a 7f winner. Ran well to win with a a bit in hand on debut and shaped like she would improve for that.
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12
(16)
50/1
Showcasing filly, cost £65,000 as a yearling. Dam a winner over this trip as a juvenile and half-sister to two useful sprinters, one placed in Group company. Makes appeal on pedigree but tough ask on debut.
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13
(9)
28-12OR: D
20/1
Improved from Beverley debut to win at Bath earlier in the month but will need more against these rivals.
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14
(1)
28-12OR: D
15/2
Kodiac filly, cost €40,000 as a yearling. Dam a half-sister to a German Listed winner over 6f. Stayed on gamely to win on debut and not ruled out with improvement expected.
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15
(15)
28-12OR:
25/1
Slade Power filly, cost £47,000 as a yearling. Dam Listed placed sprinter over 6f and sister and half-sister to two more useful juvenile 6f winners. Green on debut when a close third at Ascot and should improve.
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16
(6)
28-12OR: D
11/2
Slade Power filly, bred for a test of speed and yard warrant plenty of respect with their juveniles. Produced a very nice debut at Newmarket last month, displaying a useful turn of foot and form boosted since. Should run well.
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Non-Runners

2
(8)
Arletta Star
28-12OR: -
T: T D EasterbyJ: D Allan
6
(12)
Deia Glory34
28-12OR: -
T: S DixonJ: Oisin Murphy

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
9Main Desire28-124/1Full Result
T: M L W BellJ: D Tudhope

Betting

Forecast

Nicki's Angel (4/1), No Lippy (4/1), Strings Of Life (11/2), Carrie's Vision (13/2), Snazzy (15/2), Cotubanama (10/1), Aerosphere (16/1), On The Stage (16/1), Signora Cabello (20/1), Lady Prancealot (20/1), Daphinia (25/1), Spell (25/1), Evangeline Samos (33/1), Orange Blossom (50/1), Arletta Star (50/1), Deia Glory (66/1)

Verdict

STRINGS OF LIFE was an impressive winner on debut at the Craven Meeting and there's every chance Charlie Appleby's filly will take a step forward from that effort. Spell is well-bred and ought to come on for her debut while the likes of No Lippy and Nicki's Angel have already showed a useful level of form.
  1. Strings Of Life
  2. No Lippy
  3. Spell

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