16:55 Goodwood Thu 24 May 2018
Camelot filly, cost €60,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to a Hong Kong winner and dam an unraced half-sister to a Group-placed Alo Pura. Improved from a below par debut at Newbury last time and not ruled out.
Authorized filly, cost €40,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to a Group 2 winner amongst others and dam a winner over 1m. Ran okay at Wetherby on debut last month and may do better now. Wears first-time cheekpieces.
Has run to a similar level on each of her three starts to date. It would be a surprise if that level of form was enough for her to play a part here. More needed.
Cape Cross filly, cost 180,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to a Group 3 winner and dam a winner. Yard's runners can often need their debut effort and others preferred unless market says otherwise.
Showcasing filly, half-sister to three winners and dam a winner and half-sister to a Listed winner. Improved from debut to produce a couple of placed efforts on AW this winter. Likely to need more here.
Lawman filly, cost 50,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to 1m winner and dam a winner and half-sister to Group-placed Barrier Reef. Well beaten when unfancied on debut at Kempton in November. May do better here.
Galileo filly, full-sister to a Group 3 winner and two Listed winners, dam a winner over 1m. Yard's debutantes often ready to go first up and market likely to reveal expectations.
Universal filly, dam a half-sister to three winners. Likely to want further than this and may be in need of the experience here.
Last Year's Winner
Sacred Path (13/8), Cosmic Love (2/1), Gather (6/1), Hulcote (13/2), Edelline (15/2), Bossiney Bay (9/1), Leigh's Law (16/1), Buxlow Belle (40/1), To Be The Best (80/1)
- Sacred Path
- Buxlow Belle
- Bossiney Bay
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