17:45 Chelmsford City Sat 13 October 2018
Daughter of Holy Roman Emperor bought for €45,000 at the sales.Well beaten at long odds on debut and looks a typical type for this yard who will fare better over much further in time.
Nicely bred daughter of Iffraaj who cost 26,000 gns as a foal rising to 250,000 gns as a yearling. Looks a likely type on debut and market support would be interesting.
Dark Angel filly purchased for £39,000 at the breeze-up sales in April. Little promise in both starts to date and remains best watched.
No Nay Never filly whose sales price increased to €135,000 this year. Confirmed promise of debut over 7f when third again over a mile. A return to this distance should suit and sets the standard.
Daughter of Point Of Entry who cost £42,000 as a juvenile. Stable could be in better form and unless significant support is likely best watched on debut.
Morpheus half-sister to 1¼m winner Bolanderi and 7f winner Pollination out of a 7f-1½m winner. Missed the break before late progress on debut and only likely to improve over this trip. Can be competitive.
Ran fifth in a race that has worked out well on debut at Newmarket and then raced to a similar standard at Lingfield. When breaking better should improve and looks likely to be involved.
38,000gns (vendor) at two; second foal; half-brother to 1m winner Understate. Not disgraced when fourth at Haydock on debut but plenty of improvement required.
Layman filly whose price rose from 47,000 gns as a foal to 72,000 gns as a yearling. Stable are five from 20 with juveniles this season and one to note on debut.
Daughter of Sepoy who was always well behind on debut at Haydock and very hard to fancy for a trainer with just three two-year-old winners this campaign.
Last Year's Winner
El Gumryah (4/5), Hostess (5/2), Emma Point (10/1), Country Star (10/1), Evolutionary (14/1), Leopardina (25/1), Just Once (33/1), Djibouti (50/1), Light Of India (50/1), Alate (100/1)
- El Gumryah
- Country Star
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