16:30 Newbury Fri 21 September 2018
- Dubai Duty Free Full Of Surprises British EBF Fillies' Conditions Stakes (Plus 10) (Str) (Class 2)
- 7f, Good to Soft (Good in places)
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Off the mark in third start when winning on the AW at Chelmsford before a sound C&D second next on handicap debut. Group Three beyond her next but this more realistic although penalty does make things tougher.
Mastercraftsman filly out of a maiden half-sister to a Listed placed two-year-old. Trainer two from 44 with two-year-olds this season so overall evidence not compelling.
€400,000 yearling by Sea The Stars out of a Listed placed dam effective at up to 1m who is half-sister to internet sensation and Hong Kong Group One winner Pakistan Star. Trainer doesn't have many two-year-old winners but pedigree demands respect.
Made a promising start over 6f at Newmarket when finishing best of all for third only beaten ½L. Made favourite there next over 7f but had to settle for a close second. This a tough race but capable of more for top connections so merits respect.
Close seconds here (6f) and at Newmarket (7f) in first two starts before last of eight albeit only beaten 4L in Group Three Prestige Stakes at Goodwood. Sets the standard and good chance here especially with no penalty as a maiden.
Newcomer by Kingman out of a 6f AW two-year-old winning half-sister to a German Group Three winner. Attractive enough pedigree but trainer's two-year-olds tend to improve for their first run.
65,000gns daughter of Mukhadram is a half-sister to four winners including Group Three winning juvenile Love Lockdown (6f). Speedy enough pedigree but trainer 0-22 with turf two-year-olds this season.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Magnolia Springs||2||8-12||25/1||Full Result|
|T: Eve Johnson HoughtonJ: Charles Bishop|
Ice Gala (11/8), Posted (5/2), Fashion's Star (3/1), Roxy Art (14/1), Rhossili Down (16/1), Thanks Be (20/1), Delta Bravo (66/1)
- Ice Gala
- Fashion's Star
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