14:40 Doncaster Sun 17 June 2018
Australia filly who cost €40,000 as a yearling with the dam a winner at up to a mile (two-year-old sprint winner). Bred to want further than this and so it has proved, but she gets the extra furlong and has experience on her side.
80,000 gns daughter of Camelot related to two winner from 6f-1m. Stables youngsters usually improve for a run and the market should reveal more.
First foal, by Lawman, out of a dam who is closely related to Havana Gold. Yard can get one ready first time and the market is usually informative when they do.
First foal of a useful middle-distance mare. Sire Kodiac should impart some speed so she is an interesting debutante, although her yard do bring their horses on steadily and are 0-8 with their turf juveniles this year.
£40,000 daughter of Kodiac and related to a winning juvenile miler. Stable 6-25 with this age group on turf in 2018 so another to study in early trading.
From the exciting first crop of Kingman out of a Group 3 winning juvenile. Significant jockey booking, but yard 0-13 with this age group this year so may need the run more than some.
Poet's Voice filly out of a dam who was unplaced on only start. Makes less appeal on pedigree than others.
Exceed And Excel filly who has plenty of speed in pedigree. Looked green on last week's debut when 40/1 and she makes little appeal in this company.
First foal of a dam who was a winning miler for this yard. Newmarket debutants have won the two previous runnings of this and stable already off the mark with this age group in 2018.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J NosedaJ: J P Spencer|
Aussie View (5/2), Quduraat (3/1), Look Around (4/1), Koduro (7/1), Penny Numbers (11/1), Gallic (12/1), Chonburi (12/1), Camelot Rakti (20/1), Porcelain Girl (25/1)
- Look Around
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