14:20 Yarmouth Thu 9 August 2018
Dark Angel colt, cost £240,000 as a yearling. Made his experience tell at Leicester and the form has delivered mixed signals. The time was slow and he made hard work of getting on top.
Bred to be quick being by Kodiac out of smart sprinter Lady Of The Desert and a half-brother to Lowther Stakes winner Queen Kindly. Rightly awarded the race on Ascot debut and represents a stable with a 33% strike rate at this track.
Kodiac half-brother to Kempton specialist Magic Mirror. Stable having a stellar year with this age group and he holds entries in a couple of valuable end of season races.
Le Havre colt, cost €310,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to two Listed level performers over 6f-1m and dam a winner over 7f. Supported ahead of York debut when last of nine and a break since suggests all was not well.
260,000 gns purchase from the first crop of Slade Power out of a dam who scored over 7f and who has produced another 7f winner. Stable 2-32 with this age group in 2018.
Looks to be quite stoutly bred on the dam's side of his pedigree as she was a 2m winner with other staying relations prevalent in the pedigree. Down the field on Southwell debut and looks out of his depth.
By Doncaster Rover out of a moderate mare. Makes little appeal on pedigree in this company and with yard 1-38 with it's turf juveniles in the last 12 months.
210,000 gns yearling from the successful first crop of No Nay Never. Dam has produced six winners including Birdman and Predominance (who scored on debut for this stable). No surprise if he proved stronger in the market than his stablemate.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Luis Fernandez||2||9-8||1/2||Full Result|
|T: K A RyanJ: David Egan|
Marhaba Milliar (11/10), Stakeholder (3/1), Fanaar (7/2), Barys (7/1), Global Destination (25/1), Burning Lake (33/1), Inosanto (66/1), Kersall (80/1)
- Marhaba Milliar
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