14:10 Thirsk Sat 19 May 2018
Unraced daguhter of Dandy Man bought for 45,000 gns at the sales last October. Half-sister to a number of winners and worth a check in the market on debut.
Unraced Coach House filly and a half-sister to four-time winner Jorvik Prince. Yard better known for their exploits with older horses.
Unraced Slade Power filly and a half-sister to dual-winner Fountain Of Time. One for the shortlist for a yard with a 32% strike-rate (8/25) with their juveniles on turf this season.
Ran well to finish 2L fourth in a Kempton maiden over this trip on debut at the start of the month. Likely to run well once more.
Unraced home-bred daughter of Heeraat and a half-sister to a winner. Probably best watched on her first appearance on the track.
Unraced daughter of Es Que Love cost connections 28,000 gns at the sales in the autumn. Half-sister to a winner sprinter and interesting to see how she fares on debut.
Finished runner-up over 5f at Ascot (good-to-firm) on debut recently. One to note for a stable who took this race 12 months ago.
Unraced daughter of Kyllachy bought for £28,000 at the sales last August. Half-sister to a couple of winners and worth a check in the market on debut.
Unraced Kuroshio filly purchased for £35,000 at the breeze-up sales last month. half-sister to three-time winner Madeleine Bond and market support would be interesting on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: W J HaggasJ: Ben Curtis|
Queen Of Bermuda (4/6), Key To Power (11/2), Red Balloons (6/1), Que Amoro (7/1), My Excelsa (12/1), Antico Lady (25/1), Samantha James (33/1), Newgate Angel (50/1), Jill Rose (50/1)
- Queen Of Bermuda
- Key To Power
- My Excelsa
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