18:20 Lingfield Sat 9 June 2018
An €11,000 yearling, Camacho filly. Dam unraced half-sister to smart winner up to 7f Drayton. Yard amongst winners recently and capable of good showing on debut.
Champs Elysees filly is a half-sister to useful two-year-old 5f/6f winner Neola. Likely to have pace for this sharp test on debut outing.
Finished runner-up on both starts so far most recently over 5f at Bath (firm) 15 days ago. Repeat of either of those efforts should see her involved in the finish once more.
Camacho filly, travelled close to pace and with more purpose on second start at Windsor (5f, good to firm) but ultimately didn't progress from the debut in the end. Watching brief.
May have run into a decent sort when second at Bath (5f, good to firm) last month. Should be playing a leading role again in this field.
Camacho filly is closely related to multiple winners, including useful two-year-old 7f winner Albishr and winner up to 1m½f Big Sylv. Market should reveal more.
A 25,000 gns yearling, the Born To Sea filly is a half-sister to several winners, including useful winner up to 7f Barracuda Boy. Yard amongst winners, wort a second look on debut.
Stimulation filly is a sister to 6f winner Reflation and half-sister to winner up to 1m Bon Port. Stable running cold and market suggest this run may be needed.
A 14,000 yearling, Alhebayeb filly. Half-sister to 5f/6f winner Bazula. Rare two-year-old runner for former champion jumps trainer, though he is 1-2 so far in 2018.
Essentially made a good start at Chelmsford over 6f on the AW recently, having to take the scenic route up the home straight to avoid traffic and finishing a never-near fourth. Big player with that behind her and even breaks now.
A £14,000 two-year-old, Zebedee filly. She's a half-sister to numerous winners, including very smart winner up to 1m1½f Monsieur Chevalier. Notable newcomer.
Gregorian filly. Dam unraced. Will likely learn plenty from this first trip to the racecourse and seems unlikely to unduly worry the principles.
Last Year's Winner
|9||Utterly Charming||2||9-0||8/1||Full Result|
|T: C G CoxJ: S Hitchcott|
Pass The Gin (5/4), Ginger Nut (11/4), Country Rose (6/1), Happy Odyssey (8/1), Cottontail (14/1), Elieden (25/1), Cookupastorm (25/1), Obaby (25/1), Delagate The Lady (25/1), Spring Holly (33/1), Jewel of The Sea (33/1), Nagging Doubt (66/1), Starchant (100/1)
- Pass The Gin
- Ginger Nut
- Country Rose
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