13:50 York Fri 15 June 2018
Most experience of these by far with four runs, winning a maiden on debut and placed in novice company last twice. Settled better last time with the application of a hood (retained) and while it's a tough ask conceding weight he should run well.
Poet's Voice filly who is closely related to smart performer Old Persian and made all on debut to provide stable yet another juvenile winner. Overcame a poor draw there and was backed up by a decent time so likely will be hard to beat again.
Bu Moohaajim out of an Elusive City mare and plenty of speed in pedigree. Trainer seems to have a good batch of juveniles this season but current form a big worry.
Withdrawn on debut after breaking out of the stalls but was a big price. Runners from this stable tend to improve with a run and they could be in better form. Easy to overlook.
Son of Excelebration out of an Oasis Dream mare so speed on dam's side on debut. Price rose to £120,000 as a juvenile and market will provide best guide.
Son of Kodiac who is bred to need further in time. Cost £48,000 as a yearling. Also holds an entry in Redcar Two Year Old Trophy and market should prove informative.
Son Of Holy Roman Emperor who was held on debut. Needs to find significant improvement on his second start in this company.
Son of Raven's Pass cost 8,000 gns as a yearling and rose to 85,000 gns as a two-year-old. Will appreciate further in time but looks a likely type on paper for a leading stable capable of readying a smart newcomer.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Tulip Fever||2||8-11||5/2||Full Result|
|T: W J HaggasJ: P Cosgrave|
Chapelli (9/4), Reloaded (7/2), Ventura Ocean (4/1), Big Boots (6/1), Baldwin (8/1), Slowmo (12/1), So Hi Storm (22/1), Champagne Clouds (33/1)
- Big Boots
- Ventura Ocean
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