18:10 Yarmouth Wed 18 July 2018
Olympic Glory half-brother to useful juvenile 5f/6f winner Thammin from a good family. Top yard has a 14-54 record with two-year-olds here in recent years, and can ready a newcomer. Shortlisted.
First foal of an unraced mare, and has shown very little in two starts at up to this trip so far.
By Kingman out of a Group 3 juvenile winner in France, and cost 150,000 gns as a yearling. Yard is 8-28 with two-year-olds here in last five years, and another to make plenty of appeal on paper.
Fourth in competitive novice on debut at Newmarket won by Neverland Rock, and improved when 2½L second of 8 to King of Comedy at Sandown last time, both at 7f. Sets the standard, and may do better still.
Superbly bred, being a full-brother to multiple Group 1 winner Postponed (who made a winning debut here) and half-brother to Pinnacle Stakes winner God Given. Afforded maximum respect given connections.
Sepoy filly out of an unraced half-sister to high-class miler Delegator. Very cheaply bought, however, and finished over 10L last of 3 behind Autumn Splendour here on recent debut.
Last Year's Winner
|4||The Last Emperor||2||9-2||10/3||Full Result|
|T: R VarianJ: Andrea Atzeni|
Persian Moon (6/5), Motalaqqy (6/4), Prejudice (7/1), Astronaut (10/1), Flash Sentry (100/1), Too Many Lovers (100/1)
- Persian Moon
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