16:40 York Sat 16 June 2018
£8,000 half-brother to four winning sprinters from the first crop of Morpheus. Conceding a fitness advantage to others who have shown some promise and that may be asking too much.
From Slade Power's initial crop and related to winners over 7f and 1m2f. Yard 7-111 with juveniles since 2014.
Zebedee colt who cost £70,000 as a yearling and is a half-brother to a juvenile winner over 6f/7f. Hampered when making headway on debut here and an obvious contender.
From the first crop of Norfolk Stakes/ Prix Morny winner No Nay Never out of a dam who won from 6f-1m. Fetched 60,000 gns as a yearling and the market should be informative ahead of debut.
Kyllachy colt, cost 21,000 gns as a yearling and £55,000 as a breeze-up purchase. Dam a juvenile sprint winner and half-sister to eight winners. Last of five on debut and this promises to be tougher.
Looked a winner in waiting after his inexperience saw him throw away a winning opportunity on last month's debut here. Stable have had seven juvenile winners this year and it will not be long before he adds to that score.
€46,000 purchase at the Goresbridge breeze-ups three weeks ago. Should be ready to go as a result and worth noting in early trading.
Picked up late in the day on debut and finished well enough to suggest there is a race within him. A big step forward still required though.
By Canford Cliffs and the first foal of a 7f AW winner. Yard 1-16 with turf juveniles since 2014 so he looks an unlikely sort in a race as good as this.
Heavily backed on debut when just denied by a previous winner and finishing clear of the remainder. Stable have had five juvenile winners this week.
Last Year's Winner
|5||International Man||2||9-5||13/2||Full Result|
|T: R A FaheyJ: J Garritty|
Rathbone (13/8), Jfoul (5/2), Pink Flamingo (4/1), Jonah Jones (7/1), Secret Picnic (9/1), Wee Jim (25/1), Hesslewood (33/1), Lincoln Park (33/1), Tomahawk Ridge (33/1), Duke of Yorkie (33/1), Juals Spirit (50/1)
- Pink Flamingo
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