19:10 Wolverhampton Mon 13 August 2018
Animal Kingdom filly makes plenty appeal on paper and could be useful for the Mark Johnston yard, which remains in decent form (15-101).
Daughter of Iffraaj, sports a hood for this debut outing but does represent a yard with a strike rate in excess of 19% recently and requires market check.
Half-sister to 6f juvenile winner Prophesize, out of a US 4.5f-5.5f winner (inc at two). Stable not noted for juvenile winners and no impact on Haydock debut over 7f having gone off 150/1 chance.
Dream Ahead filly who dam was a winner up to 7f (6f winner at two), half-sister to useful 1m2½f winner Gustavus Vassa. Notable debutante.
180,000 gns two-year-old. Second foal. Full-sister to 7f (at two) winner Dark Liberty (inc German Listed). Dam a Norwegian 5f/6f winner. Well held at Beverley (5f, good to firm) on debut but should be capable of doing much better.
Well related Dark Angel filly ran well on debut when fourth at Kempton but not exactly progressed in two starts since, latest when fourth of 10 in minor event at Newmarket (6f, good to firm) 10 days ago. May come good yet.
Moohaajim filly cost 32,000 gns as a yearling, and is a half-sister to several winners, including 1m2f-1m5f winner Redwals and 6f/7f winner Kinglami. Sports a hood on debut.
Delegator filly, cost 14,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to a juvenile winner. Finished sixth of nine in minor event at Goodwood (6f, good) 59 days ago on second start. Capable of more.
Poet's Voice filly hasn't shown a lot in two starts to date, latest when ninth of 13 in at Thirsk (7f, good to soft) 17 days ago. She will have to take a step forward to be winning this.
Last Year's Winner
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|T: A W CarrollJ: Manuel Fernandes|
Penarth Pier (15/8), Red Saree (3/1), French Twist (4/1), Tie A Yellowribbon (17/2), Lola's Theme (9/1), Out Of Angels (16/1), Second Collection (25/1), Maid Millie (33/1), Lottie Deno (50/1)
- French Twist
- Out Of Angels
- Penarth Pier
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