14:00 Newbury Fri 20 July 2018
Dawn Approach half-brother to useful 7f/1m Poets Dream. Didn't shape at all badly when second of 4 to Blonde Warrior in novice at Doncaster three weeks ago, and entitled to improve.
Built on promise of debut when 2¼L fourth of 12 to Typhoon Ten in novice at Kempton last time, and gives the impression he has more to offer when needed. One to note.
Dubawi colt out of multiple listed winner Nashmiah, and cost 300,000 gns as a yearling. Started joint favourite for a red-hot novice here on debut last month, but finished last, and presumably much better than that would suggest.
€100,000 Wootton Bassett colt out of a sister to 6f listed winner Fred Lalloupet. One of four representing powerful yard in this race, and market will help in deciphering their prospects.
By Dark Angel out of yard's Albany and Cherry Hinton heroine Jewel In The Sand, who has already produced a couple of useful winners. Market useful with yard strongly represented.
Son of Helmet whose price rose to 70,000 gns as a yearling and has plenty of speed in pedigree. Sure to improve from debut effort when third of 5 at Doncaster, but high draw not idea;
Represents same connections as his sire, the champion sprinter Lethal Force, and full-brother won a 7f novice at Chester last year. Yard capable with newcomers, but just 2-66 with 2-y-o's here since 2013.
Lethal Force half-brother to smart 5f-1m winner Belvoir Bay, and cost 115,000 gns last year. Yard has a positive record with juveniles here, and he's of interest if the subject of market support.
First foal of a maiden, and sales price dropped to 48,000 gns last year. Yard 0-21 with juveniles here since 2009, and others more appealing on paper.
Bated Breath colt out of a 1¼m winner. Not knocked about when third of 9 on debut at Salisbury, and sure to improve, but that form hasn't worked out very well.
By Dubawi out of Oaks winner Casual Look, and a half-brother to US Grade 3 1m1f winner Casual Smile. Two of yard's three juvenile runners this season have won on debut at this track, so of obvious interest.
Fast Company gelding who was sent off 50/1 when 8¾L fifth of 10 to Jonah Jones in a 6f novice at Haydock earlier in the month. Entitled to improve, but this looks tough.
Cost €130,000 as a yearling and out of a mare who was placed in Grade 3 company stateside. Knew his job when fifth of 9 here on debut, and failed to improve when 13½L fourth to Calyx at Newmarket next time.
Full-brother to US Grade 1 winner Avenge (also third in BC Filly & Mare Turf), and cost $995,000 as a yearling. Four of yard's six juvenile winners in 2018 have scored on debut, and this colt merits maximum respect.
Hampered and ran green on debut at Salisbury, and showed improved form to finish 5¼L fifth of 7 to Arctic Sound at Sandown last time. Plenty more required to be competitive here, however.
Brother to several modest winners on Flat and over jumps, and didn't shape too badly when 6¾L fifth of 9 to Space Traveller in novice at Doncaster a fortnight ago. This is a much stiffer task, though.
By Dansili out of Group 1 Pretty Polly Stakes winner Thistle Bird. Yard's juveniles usually better for a run, and highest draw a concern, but worth a market check given appealing pedigree.
By Dansili out of an unraced sister to Arlington Million winner Powerscourt, and half-sister to the dam of Frankel. Appeals on paper, although dam's previous offspring have failed to make the racecourse.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M JohnstonJ: Oisin Murphy|
Sheriffmuir (13/8), Momkin (3/1), Numero Uno (11/1), Salam Zayed (12/1), Chatham House (14/1), Beat Le Bon (16/1), Wojood (16/1), Brian Epstein (20/1), Artistic Rifles (20/1), Al Fajir Mukbile (25/1), Azets (33/1), Thorn (33/1), Dark Poet (40/1), Clem A (40/1), Global Army (40/1), St Ouen (66/1), Peters Pudding (80/1), Dancing Jo (100/1), Goodwood Sonnet (125/1), The Great Phoenix (150/1)
- Numero Uno
- Global Army
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