14:15 Ascot Fri 13 July 2018
58,000gns yearling; 25/1 but offered plenty to work with for the future when finishing second on debut at Windsor (6f, good to firm) behind subsequent York winner Dunkerron.
30,000gns foal, 125,000gns yearling; unraced fourth foal who is a half-brother to various winners including Laugh A Minute (6.5f) and Puzzled (7f); market helpful.
52,000gns yearling; unraced first foal from a 1m3f-1m4f winning dam (Guajara) who was closely related to various Group and Listed winners in Germany; bred to need a longer trip.
Unraced third foal by Kodiac out of the 5f-6f winner (including Group 2) Lady Of The Desert; represents a leading stable, and as a half-brother to Queen Kindly (5f-6f) rates as a likely type.
£95,000 yearling; unraced seventh foal who is a half-brother to five winners including Safari Sunseeker (6f-7f) and Strategic Force (5f-6f); unraced dam a half-sister to 5f Group 3 winner Majestic Missile; likely speedy sort on pedigree.
60,000gns foal, 40,000gns yearling; beaten just over 3L on debut at Chepstow last month (6f, good) when finishing a staying on fifth of six to Balata Bay.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Lethal Lunch||2||9-2||20/1||Full Result|
|T: R HannonJ: Tom Marquand|
Dirty Rascal (1/1), Marhaba Milliar (7/2), Enough Already (6/1), Gambon (7/1), Dutch Treat (9/1), Walkman (20/1)
- Marhaba Milliar
- Dirty Rascal
- Enough Already
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