18:55 Kempton Wed 23 May 2018
Dansili filly whose dam was a two-year-old 7f winner, half-sister to smart 7f winner Tantina. In-form Richard Kingscote a positive booking for debut.
Excelebration filly cost 12,000 gns as a yearling and is bred to have plenty speed on her side. Market will likely be informative in a race stacked with newcomers.
Bought for €52,000 as a foal, Dandy Man filly changed hands for 280,000 gns as a two-year-old. Dam unraced half-sister to useful winner up to 7f Perugina. Likely sort on debut.
€40,000 gns Toronado filly is a half-sister to 7f winner Similu, though also has stamina in her pedigree. Yard have been amongst winners lately.
Has shown little ability in either start. Even allowing for greenness she looks easy to oppose on this occasion.
Kodiac filly, finished second on debut over 5f at Salisbury last month on heavy going. Should improve for that run and sets the standard of those to have run.
Rip Van Winkle filly cost 26,000 gns as a yearling, bred to be suited by this sort of trip. Yard have been a bit quiet lately and juveniles slow to come to hand (0-2 thus far in 2018).
A 40,000 gns foal the Pivotal filly should find this trip to her liking starting out for Sir Mark Prescott as he saddle first two-year-old of the campaign.
Finjaan filly who cost only £800 as a yearling and whose dam won over 6f as a juvenile, sent off 50/1 on debut at Brighton and beat only one rival home, plenty more required.
Frozen Power filly is closely related to two-year-old 6f winner Flashy Diva, has plenty speed on pedigree. Market should guide on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Di Fede||2||9-0||7/4||Full Result|
|T: R M BeckettJ: R Kingscote|
La Pelosa (1/1), Mersey (11/4), Chaleur (9/2), Atwaar (6/1), On Route (7/1), Lolita Pulido (25/1), My Maharani (33/1), Lady Mazie (66/1), Scenic Lady (100/1), Merarani (100/1), Pinctada (150/1)
- La Pelosa
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