18:55 Newbury Thu 12 July 2018
Half sister to several winners including juvenile 6f winner Titled Gent from a yard that are going well with their runners in this age group. Market may well guide as to the chance this one has.
Looked green on her debut and was well held over 7f at Chester (finished last). Would need a major leap forward to have a chance here with the tongue-tie going on first time.
Yard have only had one juvenile winner this season (1/12). First foal of a dam who was a sprint winner by Group 1 winner Dream Ahead. May well be best watched on debut unless the market says otherwise.
Yard have only had two juvenile runners this year (0/2) and this Champs Elysees filly would be an unlikely winner on debut; best watched for now on debut.
Second runner in the race for the trainer and looks the second string having been given a considerate introduction over 6f on the AW. Looks one for the longer term.
Yard do have the odd juvenile winner but are 0/2 in this sphere so far this term with this Camacho filly looking as though she could do with a little further. Half-sister to a winner at up to 2m with the dam a 1m2f winner.
One of the leading lights in this having shown up well on her debut (only newcomer in the field) over C&D. Stayed on well from off the pace but there is some speed in her pedigree and she looks sure to better this time.
Half-sister to a sprint a juvenile sprint winner Twentytwowontdo with the dam a winner at up to 1m. By Group 1 winning sprinter Slade Power she could be worth watching in the market; yard yet to have a juvenile winner this season.
Started at 25/1 on her debut and that price summed up her chance and she ran to a fairly poor level over 5f/ This 6f may bring some progress but she has plenty to do on what she's shown so far.
Third foal out of a dam who was a 5f two-year-old winner who is related to a couple of Listed sprinting winners. Fledgling yard have had one juvenile winner this year (1/15); the market to provide the clues on this one.
Offered very little on her debut looking inexperienced after being slowly away over 6f at Salisbury. Never got on terms there and one of the less likely sorts in this unless she finds a great deal of progress.
Sets the standard in this based on her experience and progression on her three starts so far with the best coming last time at Windsor over 5f. Now tried over 6f there is a little stamina on the dam's side of the pedigree; could prove vulnerable.
Last Year's Winner
|14||Electric Landlady||2||9-0||9/2||Full Result|
|T: D J CoakleyJ: P Cosgrave|
I'lletyougonow (6/4), Pont Vert (11/4), Starchant (6/1), Cookupastorm (14/1), Elysian Lady (14/1), Dotty Grand (14/1), Comeonfeeltheforce (16/1), Dawn Affair (20/1), Miss Vixen (33/1), Fanny Grand (33/1), Padura Brave (50/1), Anonymous Blonde (66/1)
- Pont Vert
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