14:00 Newmarket Sat 11 August 2018
Olympic Glory half-sister to useful winner up to 1m Treasuring out of a winning half-sister to smart 6f winner Electric Beat. Yard just 1-49 with juveniles here in last two years.
Nathaniel half-sister to useful 7f- 1¼m winner Blushing Rose. Should have a future but yard's patient approach suggests she's one for further down the line.
Sister to smart 7f winner Fadhayyil and half-sister to useful winners Zipzip ((1m-1¼m) and Athenian (6f/7f), out of a 5f winner. Yard 8-54 with juveniles this term, and this 200,000 gns purchase is one for the shortlist.
Full-sister to smart 2-y-o 5f/6f winner Alhebayeb and useful 2-y-o 7f winner Azmaam and half-sister to smart sprinter Humidor. Cost 100,000 gns and ticks plenty of boxes for leading trainer of juveniles.
Pivotal half-sister to 5f winner Curtain Call and 7f winner Rubens Dream, out of a useful 5f/7f winner. Yard has an 11-48 record with juveniles this year, so shouldn't be underestimated.
Shamardal half-sister to smart winners Laughing (1m-1m3f) and Comic Strip (6f-1½m). Yard introduced a smart newcomer at Sandown on Thursday, and this well-bred filly heads the shortlist.
No Nay Never filly out of an unraced mare, and cost £50,000 as a yearling. Yard's juveniles often in need of experience, so passed over unless attracting market support.
Last Year's Winner
|10||Peace Trail||2||9-0||6/4||Full Result|
|T: C ApplebyJ: James Doyle|
Shambolic (11/4), Hello Bangkok (4/1), Indigo Angel (9/2), Hawthorn Rose (9/2), Material Girl (11/2), Delicious (10/1), Emeraldsandpearls (10/1), Yes Can Do (16/1)
- Indigo Angel
- Hello Bangkok
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