18:35 Newmarket Fri 10 August 2018
Homebred Kingman half-brother to 2-y-o 9.5f winner City of Ideas and 2-y-o 1m winner Mary Anne Evans, out of Lancashire Oaks winner Gertrude Bell. Champagne Stakes entry suggests he's the pick of trainer's representatives.
New Approach half-brother to International Stakes winner Arabian Queen, out of dual Lancashire Oaks winner Barshiba. Bred to be smart, and market will guide for yard only now unleashing first juveniles of the season.
Reliable Man colt who cost €65,000 as a yearling, out of a mare who was listed-placed over 1m. Yard had a debutant winner at Kempton on Wednesday, although this colt makes less appeal than some on paper.
Street Sense colt out of an unraced mare. Cost 575,000 gns earlier in the year, and holds a Champagne Stakes entry, so needs to be considered on his first public appearance.
Charm Spirit half-brother to 6f winner Tawny Port. Some appeal on pedigree, but yard appears to have stronger claims courtesy of Albert Finney and Kick On.
Dansili colt out of a 1½m handicap winner in France. Pedigree suggests he'll do better in time, and respected yard not known for rushing its juveniles.
Related to a number of winners, notably listed-winning sprinter Sabratah. Price increased to 135,000 gns as a yearling, and one of a trio from top yard, so market ought to be informative.
Dark Angel colt out of a half-sister to Princess Margaret Stakes winner Mythical Girl. Price dropped to 67,000 gns as a two-year-old, and fitting of a tongue-tie for racecourse bow adds a note of caution.
Acclamation half-brother to useful 5f/6f winner Aguerooo and 7f winner Mosalim. Makes a degree of appeal on paper, but yard just 1-49 with 2-y-o's here in last couple of years.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D MenuisierJ: Kieran Shoemark|
Bye Bye Hong Kong (3/1), Kick On (7/2), Arabian King (7/2), Madkhal (4/1), Albert Finney (7/1), Damon Runyon (17/2), Buriram (9/1), El Picador (10/1), On The Line (18/1), Red Bravo (25/1)
- Albert Finney
- Bye Bye Hong Kong
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