18:00 Windsor Mon 13 August 2018
Zebedee filly, cost €160,000 as a yearling. Sister to juvenile winner over this trip and half-sister to a Group 2 winner over further. Showed promise on debut at Goodwood and should be capable of improvement now.
Half-sister to several winners by Zebedee who has failed to fire on any of her starts so far. Likely to find this tough again and handicaps should be more suitable in time.
150,000 gns Iffraaj filly from family of smart sprinter Evening Time. Well held on debut at Newbury but should have learnt plenty from that experience and interesting should there be any support for her here.
Exchange Rate filly who's price rose from €30,000 as a yearling to 80,000 gns as a two-year-old. Interesting mix of speed and stamina in the pedigree and market will be useful.
Daughter of Lethal Force bought for 8,000 gns at the sales in May. Missed the break and ran green over C&D on debut last week. Should have learnt plenty from that and better is expected.
Daughter of Noble Mission and a cheap purchase at just $7,000. Dam was a Listed winner as a two-year-old. Plenty of stamina in the pedigree so interesting to see how she shapes in the market compared to stablemate Aim Power.
First foal by Lawman. Dam is an unraced half-sister to Group 1 winner Sultanina. Yard having an excellent season with juvenile and market check very much needed.
Daughter of Dark Angel out of an Oasis Dream mare. 12/1 and shaped with promise on debut at Nottingham 11 days ago. Looks like this extra furlong will help and improvement possible.
Hasn't shown an awful lot in three starts so far. Been given a three month break on the back of heavy defeat on the Fibresand at Southwell last time. Best watched for now.
Showcasing filly, cost 70,000 gns as a foal. Half-sister to 1m winner and dam a juvenile 7f winner. Run well on both starts so far and that experience stands her in good stead. Further improvement needed to win but major player once more.
Zoffany filly who cost only £5,000 earlier this year and whose dam was a winner over 6f and 7f. No real improvement on second start over C&D last time. Likely to be better suited to handicaps after this.
Last Year's Winner
Shorter Skirt (1/1), Aim Power (5/2), Petits Fours (7/1), Reticent Angel (8/1), Engrossed (8/1), Ip Dip (14/1), I'm Freezing (20/1), Laoise (20/1), Ireland's Angel (50/1), Willa's Wish (66/1), Farump (100/1), Sandy Heartbeat (100/1)
- Shorter Skirt
- Aim Power
- Petits Fours
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