16:15 Newmarket Sat 9 June 2018
Leroidesanimaux filly, half-sister to useful Listed winner Abingdon and dam closely related to several Group winners over middle distances. Improved from a promising debut to win at Leicester last time stepped up in trip. Hard to beat here.
Acclamation filly, cost €80,000 as a two-year-old. Dam a winner over further and half-sister to two winners. Showed promise on debut and built on that when winning at Newcastle last time. More needed here but progress likely.
Sir Percy filly, dam a half-sister to a Group 3 winner over this trip. This looks a suitable test for debut and market should prove informative.
Harbour Watch filly, related to a Listed placed juvenile and half-sister to four winners including a Listed winner. Dam a winner over this trip. Yard's debutantes can need the run but not ruled out if the money arrives for her.
Didn't beat a rival home in two starts as a juvenile and hard to fancy on return here in this field.
Showcasing filly, cost 85,000 gns as a foal and 150,000 gns as a yearling. Dam a sister to a juvenile Group 2 winner over this trip. Well bred and yard can ready a debutante.
Sakhee's Secret filly, cost £3,800 as a yearling. Dam a Listed winner over this trip and half-sister to another winner over the trip. Well beaten here on debut last month and would need a giant leap forward to have a say here.
Havana gold filly, cost 11,000 gns as a foal and 8,500 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to a useful stayer, dam a stayer and half-sister to a Listed winner over 1m4f. Likely to need further than this.
Cape Cross filly, cost 44,000 gns as a yearling. Related to a 6f juvenile winner and half-sister to two more winners. Yard debutantes can need the run and others make more appeal.
Declaration Of War filly, half-sister to a winner over further. Dam a US Grade 3 winner. Fascinating debutante for powerful connections and gets Moore for debut. Fascinating contender.
Last Year's Winner
Aim Of Artemis (11/10), Regina Pacis (5/2), Turning Heads (7/2), Flamenco (5/1), Choco Box (25/1), Oakley Mimosa (33/1), Geranium (40/1), Havana Magic (50/1), Billie Beane (66/1), Esme Kate (66/1)
- Aim Of Artemis
- Regina Pacis
- Turning Heads
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