18:30 Newmarket Fri 17 August 2018
Out of a half-sister to St Leger winner Milan who won her only start impressively, so this son of Champs Elysees requires respect for all he is almost certain to need time and distance to flourish.
Dark Angel colt out of an unraced half-sister to French Guineas winner Aussie Rules. In need of the experience when third of 6 on debut at Newbury (6f) last month, and ought to do better with that run under his belt. Steps up in trip now.
By Authorized, and the first foal of a modest winner at around 1¼m for this owner, although from a prolific family. Trip and ground should suit on pedigree, and Royal Lodge entry suggests he's worthy of respect.
160,000 gns son of Camelot who stayed on strongly having run green on debut here (7f) last month. Longer trip should suit, and brings leading form claims to the table, with improvement to come.
By first-season sire Morpheus out of a 6f 2-y-o winner. Makes only limited appeal on pedigree, and passed over in what looks a strong contest.
Leroidesanimaux colt out of a multiple middle-distance winner, herself half-sister to Prix de L'Opera winner Lady Marian. Will stay further in time, but yard in fine form, and worthy of respect if attracting market support.
Dark Angel colt out of a half-sister to Princess Margaret Stakes winner Mythical Girl. Badly in need of experience when seventh of 9 on debut here a week ago, and likely to need more time. Tongue tie retained.
Maxios half-brother to moderate maiden Brinicle, and cost €49,000 as a yearling. Looks yard's second string behind Fox Fearless, and likely outsider on racecourse bow.
From a prolific and talented family, and this son of Dubawi improved from debut when second of 9 to Beatboxer in a 7f maiden at Sandown last time. Holds pattern-race entries, and needs to be considered with step up to 1m likely to suit.
Closely related to Grand Prix de Saint Cloud winner Waldgeist and half-brother to Prix de Malleret winner Waldlied, from the family of St Leger winner Masked Marvel. Royal Lodge entry ticks plenty of boxes on debut for top yard.
By Dansili out of an unraced sister to Arlington Million winner Powerscourt, and half-sister to the dam of Frankel. Got going late when sixth of 18 on debut at Newbury (7f) last month, and sure to improve for longer trip, albeit he'll need to.
Nathaniel half-sister to useful 1¼m/1m3f winner Zamoura and 1m winner Fleetfoot Jack. Pitched in deep for her debut against the colts, and likely to struggle.
First foal of a longstanding maiden. Beaten a long way in an AW novice at Chelmsford on debut, and fared only a little better dropped to selling company last time.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Roaring Lion||2||9-2||7/2||Full Result|
|T: J H M GosdenJ: Harry Bentley|
Fox Fearless (2/1), Wojood (9/2), Waldstern (11/2), Venedegar (13/2), Chatham House (8/1), Emirates Empire (10/1), Le Don De Vie (20/1), Hypnos (25/1), On The Line (33/1), Avenue Foch (33/1), Skymax (33/1), Bella Beluga (50/1), Little Tipple (100/1)
- Fox Fearless
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