16:10 Doncaster Sun 17 June 2018
Runner-up in a similar race on comeback. That was his first run in headgear and also the first since being gelded. Same rider on board and every chance of building on that run. Trainer 12-40 with this age group here since 2014.
Camelot filly, cost €60,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to a Hong Kong winner and dam an unraced half-sister to a Group-placed Alo Pura. Has improved with each run and does not have that much to find to be competitive.
Has made little progress and he has squandered easier opportunities than this when heavily backed. Has an unappealing profile and it will need to be a poorer race than it looks for him to win.
Winner at Newcastle on her second start who faced some tough assignments of late. Held up off a slow pace last time and one of the leading players as she steps up in trip.
Third to two decent sorts last time and possible his current BHA rating underestimates him. Turf debut and first run in cheekpieces following a four month break.
Found the step up from a 1m to 1m4f too much last time. Less exposed than most in this and will not have to improve much in order to figure.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Alexander M||3||9-0||11/10||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: S De Sousa|
Ashington (6/4), Teaser (3/1), Dawn Dancer (4/1), Bossiney Bay (7/1), Lumi (9/1), Suprematism (22/1)
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