15:50 Newmarket Sat 19 May 2018
Dark Angel filly who fetched €390,000 as a yearling and is a sister to Group-placed 6f winner Perfect Angel. Taking pedigree and represents a top stable on debut. Market check essential.
Australia filly out of an Azamour mare, she cost 370,000 gns as a yearling. Stamina in her pedigree and may need quite a bit further in time, but is likely to be tuned up for her racecourse bow.
Camacho filly out of a Lawman mare. She cost only 11,000 gns as a yearling, but is from a decent family and should make her mark, possibly further down the line.
By first-season sire Mukhadram out of a Galileo mare, she fetched 15,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to a couple of winners in Yaafour and Dreamscape. Likely to need this debut run.
Daughter of Iffraaj who cost 67,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to German 1,000 Guineas winner Electralane. Top Northern stable is always to be respected in these types of contests.
New Approach filly who is a half-sister to a couple of juvenile winners from 7f to 1m2f. One for longer distances as the season progresses, but top stable's juveniles are usually ready to go on debut.
Daughter of Kodiac who cost £40,000 as a yearling and whose dam is a half-sister to a 6f Group 3 winner. Slowly away, but not beaten far when third on debut at Bath and should come on for the experience.
Casamento filly whose dam was a winner as a juvenile. Needed the experience when breaking slowly and finishing last of nine on debut over 5f at this venue and is best watched until showing more.
Daughter of first-season sire Olympic Glory, she cost €95,000 as a yearling and is a half-sister to a couple of winners from 1m2f to 1m4f. Hails from last year's winning stable which usually has its share of juvenile talent.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R HannonJ: Jim Crowley|
Beyond Reason (5/2), Angel's Hideaway (11/4), New Winds (4/1), Queen Shaahd (9/2), Thebah (8/1), Keska (16/1), Princess Florence (33/1), Sung Choi Bao (50/1), Camachess (66/1), Itizzit (66/1)
- Angel's Hideaway
- Beyond Reason
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