13:50 Newbury Thu 14 June 2018
Cost 175,000 euros as a juvenile but stable well capably of readying a newcomer. However stable not in the best of form and she may need further in time.
Kitten's Joy filly, cost 70,000 gns as a yearling. Showed plenty of promise on debut but didn't build on that last time. Seemed unsuited by cut in the ground and worth taking a chance she can bounce back.
Not fancied in the market and was beaten by halfway on debut last month. Unlikely to be involved on her second start.
Beautifully bred Galileo filly who cost 300,000 gns as a yearling, Looks a significant prospect on breeding for a leading stable and respected on debut.
Showed little in three starts last season for previous trainer and hard to make a case for on seasonal and stable debut.
Redoute's Choice filly out of an Exceed And Excel mare who needs to improve significantly on debut run. With a powerful stable who won this two years ago but best watched unless support.
Champs Elysees filly who has been well held on both starts to date. Qualifies for handicaps after this and likely to do better in that sphere.
Daughter of Sepoy representing a stable whose runners tend to improve with experience. Best watched unless significant support on debut.
Cost 150,000 gns as a yearlings and shaped well on debut after getting behind early. May need further in time but likely to improve. Place possibilities.
Has run to a solid similar level of form in both starts to date and should have a race of this nature in her. Should go close but stable could be in better form and vulnerable to an improver.
Last Year's Winner
Feline Groovy (11/4), Solar Gold (3/1), Solar Echo (7/2), Klassique (8/1), Perfect Refuge (14/1), Mojika (16/1), Procure (16/1), Givepeaceachance (16/1), Daisy Chain (25/1), Lady Of The Court (28/1)
- Feline Groovy
- Solar Gold
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