14:50 Newmarket Sat 14 July 2018
Lope De Vega filly, cost €130,000 as a yearling. Dam placed in Listed class over this trip as a juvenile and she's a half-sister to a Group 1 winner over 1m. Suitable test for debut and yard in good form at present.
Shamardal filly, dam placed in Group company over 1m2f and she was a half-sister to a Group 2 winner and a Listed winner. Beaten favourite on debut but better expected here and yard in fine form at this meeting already this week.
Kodiac filly, dam a Listed winner. Finished a well beaten second at Doncaster on debut and plenty more needed here.
War Command filly. cost £42,000 as a yearling. Ran with some promise on debut but didn't really build on that at Haydock subsequently. Needs to leave that form well behind to have any sort of say here.
Dark Angel filly, related to a host of winners including juvenile winners in Listed class and dam was a half-sister to juvenile winner over 6f in Group 1 company. Plenty to like about her pedigree for this contest and can't be ruled out.
Scat Daddy filly, cost $550,000 as a yearling. Dam a winner over slightly further and half-sister to a Listed winner over 1m3f. Yard more than capable of readying a debutante and she a fascinating contender here.
Pivotal filly, dam a half-sister to useful sprinter Duke Of Firenze. Seemingly bred for this sort of test and interesting to see what the market makes of her.
Kingman filly, cost 550,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to five winners including a Listed winner. Dam a winner and sister to a juvenile Group 2 winner over this trip. Beautifully bred and yard has success with juveniles. Plenty to like on paper.
Lope De Vega filly, dam a winner over this trip and half-sister to a Group 1 winner over 1m2f. Shaped with plenty of promise on debut and that experience likely to hold her in good stead here. Interesting runner.
Olympic Glory filly, cost €95,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to two winners. Dam a half-sister to a Group 1 winner over this trip. Showed very little on debut here and others make more appeal.
Galileo filly, cost 1.6m gns as a yearling. Half-sister to Group 1 winner and dam related to Group 3 winner over 7f. Yard's debutantes can need the run but she's beautifully bred, as her price tag would suggest and market may reveal expectations.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Poetic Charm||2||9-0||3/1||Full Result|
|T: C ApplebyJ: W Buick|
Assembly Of Truth (9/4), Zagitova (7/2), Spanish Aria (9/2), New Jazz (8/1), Gallic (10/1), Antonia De Vega (12/1), Miss Serenity (16/1), Laxmi (16/1), Rux Power (25/1), Gracefully Done (25/1), Romola (33/1), Thebah (40/1)
- Rux Power
- Spanish Aria
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