14:15 Ripon Mon 16 July 2018
Unraced son of Doncaster Rover and a half-brother to a number of winning sprinters. Worth a check in the market on debut.
Well beaten on all three outings to date and likely to be of more interest once switched to handicap company.
Beaten a neck over 5f at Doncaster (good) on his second start and put in a fair effort when fourth subsequently. Outclassed at Royal Ascot last time and is likely to fare better dropping in grade here.
Unraced son of Siyouni bought for €105,000 at the breeze-up sales in May. Dam won over 5f at two in France and was placed in a Group 2 subsequently. One to note on debut.
Promising debut when finishing runner-up over 6f at York (good-to-firm) at the end of last month. One for the shortlist with improvement likely.
Unraced daughter of Dutch Art cost connections 35,000 gns at the sales last October. Dam a winning sprinter and market support would be interesting on debut.
Unraced Mayson filly purchased for £32,000 at the sales as a yearling. Half-sister to a couple of winners and worth a check in the market on debut.
Well beaten last of nine on debut over 6f at Thirsk (good-to-firm) a month ago. Others hold stronger claims.
Last Year's Winner
Three Card Trick (11/10), Sosume (2/1), Murqaab (7/2), Bartle Hall (16/1), Lady Calcaria (22/1), Four Wheel Drive (40/1), She's Grand (100/1), Lincoln Red (100/1)
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