18:50 Lingfield Thu 21 June 2018
Dark Angel colt that cost £100,000 as yearling. Dam (by Dubawi) is related to plenty of winners. Yard knows how to get one ready first time and is an interesting debutante.
Siyouni colt, cost £52,000 as a yearling. Encouraging debut at Kempton (5f, AW) when looking green early and then shaping like this extra furlong would very much suit. Should know more this time.
Already gelded son of Archipenko. Cheap purchase at just 1,000 gns and pedigree suggests this trip maybe on the sharp side. Probably best watched for yard that don't have many debut winners.
Second foal by Lope De Vega. Dam was placed at Listed level over 6f & 7f. She was also a winner as a two-year-old. Likely type on paper and a market check is very much needed on debut.
The Factor colt, cost $45,000 as a yearling and 75,000 gns as a Breeze-up purchase. Struggled on debut over this trip at Goodwood (good to firm) last month. Should come on for the experience but needs major improvement to be involved.
Sixth foal by Gale Force Ten out of the 5f winner Let Me Shine. 150/1 for debut at Windsor (5f, good) when readily outpaced. Should benefit from experience but minor role likely once more.
Son of Tale Of The Cat cost connections £30,000 at the breeze-up sales earlier this year. Shaped with real promise on debut at Yarmouth when hampered early and finishing well. That's the best piece of form on offer here and likely to go close
Daughter of Exceed And Excel that cost 180,000 gns. Plenty of winners in an interesting pedigree and she is likely to appreciate a bit further than this in time. Interesting to see what the market makes of her given her price tag.
Dutch Art filly that has a nice pedigree. Price rose from 115,000 gns as a foal to 175,000 gns as a yearling. Yard can get one ready and very much a likely player on debut so market check needed.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Tunes Of Glory||2||9-2||12/1||Full Result|
|T: Sir Mark PrescottJ: Ryan Powell|
Disruptor (9/4), White Iverson (3/1), Reconnaissance (3/1), Miss Celestial (7/1), Alsimsaam (14/1), Recuerdame (16/1), Dragon Kuza (16/1), Roxy Art (25/1), Twilight In Paris (100/1), Keep It Country Tv (100/1)
- Roxy Art
- White Iverson
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