13:40 Thirsk Tue 19 June 2018
Unraced eighth foal by Dark Angel who cost 68,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to six winners up to 1m including Master Of War (6f-1m) and Muaamara (6f). Market vibes helpful; well drawn.
Bred to appreciate a test of stamina (dam a 1m4f-1m6f winner), and has struggled in two starts so far (5f-6f); will find other more suitable options further down the line.
Fast Company filly who cost 42,000 gns at the breeze-ups, but looked badly in need of the experience on debut at Wetherby earlier this month (5.5f); improvement probable, but required.
Cost 16,000 gns as a yearling and was thrown in deep at Listed level on debut at York in May (5f Marygate); never involved there, but this rates as a much more realistic assignment; place prospects.
Exceed And Excel filly (48,000 gns vendor yearling). Unraced ninth foal who is a half-sister to four winner including Seamless (1m2f) and Hollydaze (7f); might ideally require further than 6f.
Started at 100/1 and well beaten on debut at Nottingham (6f good to firm) in late May; expected to learn/improve with further racing, but not considered today.
Unraced sixth foal by Sepoy out of the 1m Listed winner Vista Bella. Half-sister to various winners including Lake District (7f) and Nijah (7.7f); one to consider despite the draw for a stable knocking in the juvenile winners with regularity.
Has plenty of experience, but steps up beyond 5f for the first time here. Beaten approximately 3½L by a fairly useful sort (Queen Of Bermuda) on debut at this track in mid May.
Unraced fourth foal by Slade Power out of the 7f/1m winner Blue Angel. Cost €80,000 as a yearling, and is a half-sister to winners Viren's Army (7f-1m2f) and Eagle Creek (1m); well drawn.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Silca Mistress||2||9-0||11/4||Full Result|
|T: M R ChannonJ: G Lee|
Evangeline Samos (7/2), Prairie Spy (9/2), Ascended (9/2), Samantha James (5/1), War Tigress (11/2), Double Quick (7/1), Jasmine B (14/1), Bandola (50/1), Lady Rouda (50/1)
- War Tigress
- Evangeline Samos
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