18:45 Windsor Mon 21 May 2018
Debutant from a yard that are not known for their first-time out winners. Closely related to a winner at up to 1m Mersad (juvenile 7f winner). Dam 6f winner who is a half-sister to the high-class sprinter Reverence.
Iffraaj filly who is hooded for her debut; half-sister to numerous winners, including the smart Bronze Cannon (winner at up to 1m4f). Dam 7f winner who stayed further. From a yard that are not known for their two-year-old debutante winners.
Trainer's juveniles usually need their first run and this War Command filly is likely to be better in time. Cost £42,000 as a yearling (first foal) with the dam a maiden (stayed 7f). Yard yet to score with a two-year-old this season (0/10).
Half-sister to several winners including very smart winner up to 1m Major Cadeaux. Trainer already up-and-running with his juveniles including debutante winners with a significant jockey booking taking the eye.
Kodiac filly who cost 75,000 guineas as a yearling and comes from a very capable yard with this age group. Dam was a maiden who had the smart stayer Endless Time as a half-sister and this one is well worth noting if strong in the market.
Yard have only had one juvenile winner so far (1/11) and their runners in this age group generally need the run. Dam unraced but her half-sister (Yamal) was a smart performer at up to 1m; would need market strength to support.
Made an encouraging start to her career when taking 4th at Ascot (second has won since) showing good speed over 5f (firm). Was a little keen though and will need to settle better to last the extra furlong here; likely to progress further though.
Makes some appeal on pedigree but her two runs so far have looked as though she is a longer term project. Shaped well enough both times but hasn't as yet looked as sharp as her rivals and as yet to attract much attention in the betting.
Half-sister to several winners by Lethal Force including the useful Black Bess and Equiano Springs. Dam 6f two-year-old winner; yard not well known for their debut winners in this age group though.
Nicely-bred filly who is closely related to a smart winner at up 1m Oasis Dancer and a half-sister to several winners. Dam was 4th in Prix de Diane and later in America. Stable 1/10 with their juveniles this year; worth noting any market support.
Needed the run on her debut on the AW at Kempton and despite making some appeal on pedigree appeared not to be fancied in the market. Still looks far from the finished article and this run will bring her on more.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Elysium Dream||2||9-0||9/4||Full Result|
|T: R HannonJ: R L Moore|
Main Edition (2/1), Satisfying (2/1), Ring Out The Bells (10/1), Laxmi (11/1), Oona (12/1), Crimean Queen (14/1), Vena d'Amore (16/1), Sufficient (20/1), Sesame (25/1), Shining (28/1), Castelo (100/1)
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