14:30 Nottingham Wed 17 October 2018
Sea The Moon filly and seventh foal of a dam who has produced two winners at around 7f-1m.
Unraced Dalakhani filly out of a dam who was a winner in France and placed in Listed company. Wears a hood on debut and that is usually an ominous sign.
Dawn Approach half-sister to 6f winner Red Van Winkle out of a 2-y-o 5f winner, herself half-sister to Select Stakes winner Red Badge. Too green to do herself justice on debut and she needs to have come on a lot since.
By Camelot and the first foal of a middle-distance winner who also proved useful over hurdles. Just edged out by a well-supported winner having tried to make all here two weeks ago. Showed a willing attitude in the heat of battle and the one to beat
Teofilo filly and the fourth foal of a dam who has produced one other winner. Fetched €60,000 at the sales and represents a yard whose juveniles are not having the success they were a couple of months ago.
Unraced Mastercraftsman filly and half-sister to a 1m2f winner in France. Stable 3-29 with juveniles here since 2014 and others make more appeal.
Half-brother Tommy Docc was runner-up in the Queen's Vase at Royal Ascot, but this filly cost just £2,000 as a yearling and finished last of ten on debut.
Rip Van Winkle filly and first foal of a dam who was a winning miler. Stable not readily associated with debut winners and she would have to be above-average in order to take this.
Poet's voice filly out of a winning sister to German 1½m Group 2 winner Eye of The Tiger. Shaped well on debut over an inadequate trip and has since changed stables.
Cape Cross filly out of a well-bred unraced dam. Stable's runners generally improve with racing but one to watch with a view to the future.
Lawman half-sister to a couple of useful winners who wore these colours. Caught the eye on her debut here two weeks ago and represents a yard who are 2-4 in this event (other two were placed).
47,000gns yearling by Le Havre is half-sister to a 7-1m2f winner. Looked green on debut and she would have to have learnt an awful lot in order to figure.
Last Year's Winner
Dorah (11/8), Isabella Brant (9/2), Shagalla (5/1), Grace And Danger (7/1), Alemagna (12/1), Scentasia (20/1), Dark Delight (20/1), Dalmore (33/1), Nabvutika (50/1), Orrell Angel (50/1), Vin D'honneur (80/1), Mallons Spirit (100/1), Little Bustard (200/1)
- Grace And Danger
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