17:50 Yarmouth Wed 8 August 2018
Sea The Moon colt, half-brother to two winners and dam a sister to Group 1 winner Beat Hollow. Wore a hood (retained) for debut and well beaten. Stable's runners improve with experience but plenty to find.
By Garswood out of a Montjeu mare. Stable a bit quiet at present and looks likely best watched on debut.
Dutch Art colt who finished fourth on debut at the July meeting before going down narrowly over the same C&D to a smart looking type. Only likely to improve and looks a leading hope.
Cost €60,000 at Arqana May Breeze-Ups. Needed the run on debut and did show some improvement on his second start. However needs to find considerably more here and others preferred.
Beautifully bred full-brother to multiple Group 1 winner Postponed (who made a winning debut here) and half-brother to God Given. However despite showing up well enough in the market on debut was well beaten and hard to fancy on that.
Dutch Art filly, cost 60,000 gns as a foal and 40,000 gns as a yearling.. Showed considerably improvement when switching to front running tactics on her third start. Appreciated the step up to this trip and should go well.
Daughter of Nathaniel who will need a much stiffer test of stamina in time, Cost 11,000 gns as a yearling and with stable quiet at present remains one to watch on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Mrs P SlyJ: Rob Hornby|
Machell Place (4/7), Dutch Treat (4/1), Allmankind (4/1), Prejudice (25/1), Manguzi (40/1), Garrison Law (100/1), She Came To Pass (100/1)
- Machell Place
- Dutch Treat
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