14:10 Hamilton Wed 20 June 2018
Didn't really progress from first start when beaten 7L at Beverley (5f, good to firm) last month. Given a short break and this extra furlong should help but more needed all the same.
Dutch Art colt, cost 40,000 gns as a yearling. Shaped with promise on debut at York (6f, good to firm) when a staying on third last month. Should come on for that and that makes him a major player here.
Took a backwards step on second start at Ripon when finishing last of eight. Never a great worry with this yard in they throw in the odd bad performance and showed ability on debut. Could bounce back.
Price rose from £8,500 as a foal to 30,000 gns as a yearling. Mayson colt who's dam was a 6f winner. Likely type on paper for a powerful yard who can get one ready first time.
Dutch Art colt that cost 70,000 gns as a yearling. 2nd foal. Dam was unplaced over 1m & 1m2f. Half-sister to Group 3 winners Evasive and Autocratic. Granddaughter of French 1,000 guineas and Oaks winner East Of The Moon. Yards juveniles going well
Orientor filly. Third foal. Dam was a winner over 6f & 7f and related to several other winners. Well worth a market check on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Armed Response||2||9-5||7/1||Full Result|
|T: Jedd O'KeeffeJ: J Garritty|
Sense of Belonging (4/7), Baronial Pride (4/1), Constant (9/1), Howzer Black (11/1), Yellow Fire (20/1), Lewis Slack (25/1), She'zanarab (50/1)
- Sense of Belonging
- Baronial Pride
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