13:50 Newbury Sat 19 May 2018
Improved from a promising debut to win twice at Wolverhampton. Only beaten 1L in to fouth on AW Championships Finals Day having missed the break. Every chance there's more to come.
Group 2 winner at Newmarket over this trip last year but has disappointed on his two starts this campaign. Should appreciate the drop in class and needs to prove he's trained on as a three-year-old.
Winner of a Nottingham maiden on debut and returned with a fine effort when only beaten 1L by a useful sort at Ascot earlier this month in a Group 3. A reproduction of that effort should see him go close here and improvement entirely possible.
Both her wins last year came over 7f, most recently in a Group 2 at Newmarket. Couldn't land a blow in the Breeders' Cup when last seen but respected on return for connections in fine form.
A winner of a Tipperary maiden in May and placed twice in Group 2 company thereafter. Couldn't land a blow in the 2,000 Guineas but probably only there to ensure a strong gallop and worthy of plenty of respect down in class here.
Last of 10 in a valuable race at Lingfield when last seen, very keen early and hanging badly right and finishing tailed off. Risky proposition at present. Wears first-time blinkers.
Won twice last year, the latter effort an impressive 7L victory at Doncaster but failed to back that effort up when an unplaced even money favourite at York in October. Crowley prefers Eqtidaar and others preferred on return.
Has won two of his three starts, most recently a three-runner affair at Chelmsford at prohibitive odds. Starts out for a new yard here making his turf debut and others bring stronger form-lines to the table.
Won her first two starts but found out to some extent at pattern level subsequently and this looks like a strong race for the grade.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R M H CowellJ: J P Spencer|
Murillo (9/4), Eqtidaar (10/3), Breathless Times (7/1), Juliet Capulet (15/2), Shabaaby (8/1), Cardsharp (8/1), Stone Of Destiny (20/1), All Out (22/1), Never Back Down (25/1)
- Juliet Capulet
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