14:55 Yarmouth Wed 23 May 2018
Unraced gelded son of Intense Focus bought for 2,200 gns at the sales as a yearling. Probably best watched on his belated debut.
Unraced half-sister to the useful Number Theory. Probably best watched for a stable who's horses often improve with experience.
Finished mid-division in a 7f Newmarket (good-to-soft) maiden on debut last September. Likely to fare better on his first outing since.
Unraced Dream Ahead colt bought for €85,000 at the breeze-up sales 12 months ago. Half-brother to a number of useful performers including top sprinter G Force and he is one to note on debut.
Well held over 1m here and most recently over 7f at Wetherby (good-to-soft) so far this spring. Others make more appeal.
Struggled in two starts last year including over C&D in June. Gelded since and returning from a length absence in this contest.
Fair efforts in two starts over 6f so far including when 5L fifth at Thirsk (good-to-soft) on turf debut last time out.
Finished last of four in two starts on the AW earlier this year. More needed if she's to take this contest on turf debut.
Finished third of five over C&D on good-to-soft ground on sole start last year. Well beaten at Chelmsford on seasonal debut last time and interesting if building on that.
Unraced home-bred daughter of Equiano and a half-sister to multiple winner Sakash. Worth a check in the market on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M MeadeJ: J P Spencer|
Burford Brown (5/6), Lalania (3/1), Ad Valorem Queen (4/1), Dosc (7/1), Jackie Sparrow (12/1), Dream For Life (33/1), Macho Guest (40/1), Lord Guest (66/1), Tilsworth Prisca (66/1), Zahirah (100/1), General Patton (100/1)
- Ad Valorem Queen
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