14:10 Newmarket Sat 22 September 2018
Justified favouritism when scoring in a novice median auction at Brighton (1m, good) last month, and this race looks to be a logical next target.
Seventh foal; half-sister to five winners including Ouja (1m4f) and Souville (6f); hooded for racecourse debut; stablemate of Ever Changing.
€85,000 yearling; significantly bettered her debut effort when chasing home shock 100/1 winner Lola's Theme at Haydock (1m, soft) 15-days ago; every chance.
Australia filly whose dam was a Listed-placed 1m juvenile winner; slowly away and not knocked about on recent debut at Salisbury (7f, good to firm); type to do better with that experience under her belt.
€135,000 juvenile; beaten 4L (third) on debut at Goodwood (7f, good) earlier this month; her pedigree suggests the step up to 1m will suit, but that's less of an obvious route based on a viewing of her debut.
Half-sister to six winners in Italy, and her dam was an Italian 5f-6f winner; improved effort on the AW at Wolverhampton latest (third).
Second foal from a 7f-1m+ winning dam (Rainbow View); half-sister to various winners including Wissahickon (1m-1m2f); hooded for racecourse debut; stablemate of Ambling.
Sea The Stars filly (€35,000 yearling); brother to three winners (1m-2m); looked to be in need of a longer trip on Chester debut when a keeping on 7¾L third to Mordred (7f, good).
52,000gns yearling; half-sister to various winners including Maverick (7f-1m2f); fifth of 15 on debut over 7f at Goodwood (El Gumryah third); improvement likely.
60,000gns juvenile; stayed on from off the pace to take a never nearer seventh of 16 (33/1) at Leicester (7f) last week; further improved required.
Dam was a winner over 1m3f-1m5f, so feasibly will find this 1m trip on the sharp side on debut; most likely one for further down the line.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Stream Song||2||9-0||11/2||Full Result|
|T: J H M GosdenJ: Kieran Shoemark|
Sh Boom (7/2), El Gumryah (7/2), Ever Changing (5/1), Ambling (6/1), Stormy Road (13/2), Star Of War (7/1), Amorously (14/1), Cambric (25/1), Vivid Diamond (33/1), Navigate By Stars (33/1), Elsie Violet (66/1)
- Ever Changing
- Sh Boom
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