15:25 Salisbury Sun 17 June 2018
Hellvellyn filly, half-sister to useful Flat performer The Grey Berry. Finished last of six at Lingfield (7f, good) on debut 15 days ago. Significantly up in trip.
Dick Turpin filly with mainly a jumps-based pedigree. Much the best of four efforts when third of 10 in handicap at Sandown (1m1f, good) recently, closing all way to line. May have more to offer.
A 12,000 gns three-year-old Teofilo filly, she's a half-sister to 7f/1m winner Ghadaayer and can be given a second look in the betting on debut.
Shamardal filly who cost 870,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to top-class Group 1 winner Legatissimo. Improved when third of 15 in maiden at Doncaster (1m, good to soft) on second and final start as a juvenile. Likely plenty more to come.
Shamardal filly, half-sister to 1m6f-2m1f winner Emperor Waltz and 1m winner Kitty Boo. Interesting on debut, market should reveal a bit more with yard starting to pick up.
€15,000 yearling by Raven's Pass out of a Montjeu mare who won over 1m4f. Ran well enough in Naas maiden (1m, yielding) in the autumn before joining this trainer. Potential improver.
Champs Elysees filly cost 30,000 gns as a yearling. Dam, unraced, closely related to very smart winner up to 2m Rekindling. Should have some potential.
Cape Cross filly. Dam unraced half-sister to useful two-year-old 1m winner Oojooba. Trainer has string in fine order ahead of debut run, with 4-14 strike rate lately.
Last Year's Winner
Gumriyah (4/5), Rayita (7/2), Wohileh (6/1), Reassurance (8/1), Konigin (12/1), Given Choice (14/1), Triple First (20/1), Helleberry (66/1)
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