18:10 Kempton Wed 10 October 2018
$400,000 yearling; third foal; brother to the 1m AW winner Althaaqib; dam (Prize Catch) a 1m US turf winner.
Seventh foal; brother to the 1m4f-1m6f winner Praeceps; stablemate of Road To Paris, but the choice of stable jockey Luke Morris.
62,000gns yearling; third foal; half-brother to a winner in Italy, but comes from a fairly moderate dam (placed over 7f-1m).
45,000gns foal; €125,000 yearling; seventh foal out of a 1m winning Listed-placed dam (Clodovina); half-brother to French winners Canndal (1m2f) and Clariyn (1m2f); hooded for debut.
Unraced fourth foal; half-brother to 7f winner Snow Squaw; dam (Snoqualmie Girl) a 7f-1m4f winner (including at Listed level).
€40,000 yearling; third foal out of a middle-distance French maiden (Ile Rouge); races from a handy inside draw.
£7,000 (vendor) yearling; dam a 5f-6f winner; half-brother to three winners in Italy including Jackville Go (6f-1m2f).
27,000gns yearling; fifth foal; closely related to the 7f-1m winner Smugglers Moon; stable jockey Luke Morris prefers Blame It On Sally.
Kingman colt; half-brother to winners Merlin (6f-7f) and Sharp Practice (1m); shown a respectable level of form so far, despite being beaten at odds of 4/6f (by 1L) in a 7f Yarmouth maiden last month.
75,000gns foal; 100,000gns juvenile; second foal out of a 1m2f placed dam who was a sister to the 6f-1m1f+ GB/Qatar winner Defendant.
Second foal from a 7f-1m+ winning dam (Rainbow View); half-sister to various winners including Wissahickon (1m-1m2f); hood (retained) also worn when very green throughout (including pre-race) on debut at Newmarket (1m) last month.
22,000gns foal; €135,000 yearling; first foal out of a 7f placed dam who was a sister to the 1m Flat/2m hurdle winner Turning Gold.
Last Year's Winner
Sovereign Grant (15/8), Amjaady (3/1), Current Option (5/1), Ever Changing (5/1), Red Romance (12/1), Darwin Dream (16/1), Kings Royal Hussar (25/1), Dancingwithwolves (33/1), Te Amo Te Amo (50/1), Road To Paris (66/1), Blame It On Sally (66/1), Magnetic (100/1)
- Sovereign Grant
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