14:20 Chelmsford City Wed 13 June 2018
Camelot filly, dam was unraced but a half-sister to the useful Mission Approved. Failed to beat a rival home on debut at Chepstow (6f, good to firm) three weeks ago and best watched for now.
Half-sister to several winners by Zebedee who has failed to make inroads so far in two starts over 5f at Nottingham and Windsor. Needs to find plenty of improvement for the extra distance now.
Cost 20,000 gns as a yearling and has a bit of speed in pedigree, unable to sustain effort on debut over 6f (soft) at Goodwood but did show some promise there and can build on that up in trip.
Gregorian filly is a half-sister to several winners, including useful 7f winner Glisten and winner up to 7f Royal Opera House.
Cost £32,000 as a yearling and possesses speed in pedigree. Runner up on debut at Redcar (6f, good) late last month and likely to go close.
A €70,000 yearling, Camelot filly. Sister to 1m winner Employer and closely related to multiple winners. Notable newcomer for good yard.
Rip Van Winkle filly cost 26,000 gns as a yearling, finished sixth of 10 at Kempton (6f, AW) on debut 15 days ago, has to improve for that run.
Daughter of Havana Gold cost £32,000 as a yearling. Didn't get the clearest run on second start Lingfield (6f, AW) and has scope for improvement upped in distance.
Toronado filly whose price rose to 42,000 gns as a two-year-old, one to note on debut for the Alan King team here.
A £42,000 yearling, Olympic Glory filly. Half-sister to multiple winners over middle distances. Worth a look in the betting though suspicion she will want further.
Last Year's Winner
I'll Have Another (10/11), Ghost Queen (5/1), Nina Petrovna (7/1), Kahina (7/1), My Maharani (10/1), Pot Luck (10/1), Tronada (20/1), Ventura Glory (20/1), Gregorian Girl (20/1), Corinthian Star (50/1), Farump (50/1)
- I'll Have Another
- Ventura Glory
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