15:00 Yarmouth Wed 13 June 2018
Stopped quickly when upped to Listed company last time but was previously impressive winning over the C&D and the form has been franked well by the second. Sets a clear standard and worth following back in class.
Stable's juveniles have made a good early impression and this son of Kodiac has plenty of speed in his pedigree. Price rose from 70,000 gns as a foal to 110,000 gns as a juvenile. Looks a leading contender on debut.
Stable has only had a couple of juvenile winners this year but overall are in good form. Likely type on paper with price rising from 25,000 gns as a foal to £72,000 as a yearling and 200,000 gns as a two-year-old. Well worth a check in the market.
Son of Alhebayeb was unsold at 24,000 gns at the breeze-up sales in April. Very green and showed little on debut and hard to make a case for.
Son of Swiss Spirit representing a stable yet to have a juvenile winner from a very limited number of runners. Price rose to £100,000 as a two-year-old and bred for speed so market may be best guide on debut.
Bred to appreciate further in time and sent off at long odds and well beaten on debut so best watched at present.
Camacho filly out of a Lawman mare who showed significant improvement on her second start. Showed pace that suggests this drop in trip may suit but probably more required again.
Equiano filly who cost 10,000gns as a yearling. Was too green to do herself justice on AW debut but showed little on her second start this time on turf. Best watched.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Viscount Loftus||2||9-2||7/1||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: S De Sousa|
Deputise (2/1), Motagally (2/1), Artair (7/2), Bhangra (8/1), Phoenix Star (10/1), Street Parade (12/1), Camachess (20/1), Tomshalfbrother (40/1), Free Love (66/1)
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