14:10 Newmarket Sat 23 June 2018
Showed very little when an unfancied 40/1 chance on debut at Musselburgh over 5f in a better event than this; now steps up 2f in trip.
Just the second two-year-old runner of the season for this yard. A son of Dawn Approach who cost 36,000 guineas as a yearling with the dam Listed placed over 7f as a two-year-old; others make more appeal.
Started his career over 6f and is bred for much longer trips (brother to a good staying filly) and was well held on debut and allowed to come home in his own time. Tongue-tie now goes on and looks capable of better having had some experience.
Well held on his only run so far at Goodwood this son of Scat Daddy may well be one to note for an improved performance although the yard remain winless in this sphere in 2018. Market expected to guide on what is expected on second start.
Newcomer who is well related a brother 1m2f winner Camomile Lawn and a half-brother to five winners. Makes plenty of appeal for a yard that do well with juveniles and has a Derby entry to his name.
May well be the more favoured of the duo from this stable having shaped well on his debut despite not being seen to best effect at Newbury. Travelled well before having little room and finishing with running left; can only improve.
Well related sort from a leading yard who are always to be respected with their juveniles even on debut. His pedigree suggests that he will be better over further but the stable won this with a newcomer last year and should go well.
Newcomer who is a half-sister to three winners most notably the dual Oaks and Arc winner Enable (won on her two-year-old debut). Trainer more than capable with two-year-olds on their debut and worth noting in the market.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Cape Bunting||2||8-11||6/1||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: Harry Bentley|
Neverland Rock (11/8), Entitle (9/4), Good Fortune (5/1), Persian Moon (10/1), Khanmurjan (12/1), Mordred (16/1), Glutnforpunishment (50/1), Flash Sentry (100/1)
- Neverland Rock
- Persian Moon
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