17:00 Newmarket Sat 19 May 2018
Well beaten and slowly away on both her starts to date on AW. Hard to fancy in present mood.
Teofilo filly, cost €500,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to eight winners including two Group winners. Improved from debut when green to place at Lingfield last week and more to come stepped up in trip again here for a yard in fine form.
Camelot filly, cost 30,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to three winners including a Listed winner and dam a winner over this trip and half-sister to a very useful stayer. Well beaten at Lingfield last time and likely to be brought along slowly.
Frankel filly, cost 675,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to five winners including a Group 1 winner. Improved from debut to finish runner-up at Wolverhampton last time. Rates as the type to improve with time but not without place claims.
High Chaparral filly, cost 17,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to a juvenile winner over 7f. Dam a Listed winner over 1m2f. Disappointing when fancied at Newcastle last time after a promising debut. May struggle against some in here.
Teofilo filly, half-sister to three winners over a range of trips. Dam a half-sister to two useful stayers including Group 3 winner Rosberg. Yard's debutantes worthy of respect on debut.
Last Year's Winner
Hameem (4/6), Phantasmic (2/1), Turaya (10/1), Outlane (20/1), Snax (25/1), Cue's Folly (80/1)
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