18:00 Kempton Wed 14 November 2018
No Nay Never filly whose price rose from €24,000 to €30,000 as a yearling. Stable quiet with their juveniles this campaign and market should prove informative on debut.
Captain Gerrard newcomer out of unraced half-sister to a useful 5f-6f winner. Trainer in decent form but not exactly known for two-year-old success so probably best watched here.
Dawn Approach filly who cost €40,000 and well held in both starts over this C&D. Much more required to get involved.
Dutch Art filly who has a decent pedigree for the AW. Yard know how to ready one first-time and is an interesting newcomer. Market check needed.
Morpheus half-sister to 1¼m winner Bolanderi and 7f winner Pollination out of a 7f-1½m winner. Improved nicely first to second start and likely to be involved.
Homebred full-sister to Group 3 Fred Darling Stakes winner Rimth and shaped as though this extra trip would suit on debut. More required but place possibilities.
70,000gns Zoffany filly belied her odds for a promising debut at Newcastle, despite greenness. Can improve for the run and be competitive again.
By Dark Angel and a first foal. Stable are a bit quiet at present but work a market check on debut.
Sea The Stars filly who cost 125,000gns as a yearling. Likely to improve with time and distance but has to be respected for leading trainer on debut.
Daughter of Dark Angel who is a half-sister to three juvenile winners and fetched €100,000 as a yearling. Bred to be precocious and stable well capable of readying a newcomer. Looks a likely type on paper.
Exceed And Excel filly whose price rose from €58,000 as a yearling to 110,000gns as a two-year-old. Just faded late on a promising debut over this C&D and should improve and be in the mix.
By Olympic Glory, cost 30,000gns as a yearling and bred to have plenty of speed. Stable not noted recently for juvenile debut winners.
Debutante and first juvenile runner for stable this campaign. Should need much further in time and likely to find this a tough introduction.
Last Year's Winner
Frisella (11/8), Sonja Henie (7/2), Designated (4/1), New Revenue (6/1), Nantucket (6/1), Achievable (9/1), Evolutionary (12/1), Lucky Turn (12/1), Another Approach (16/1), Haze (16/1), Lyrical Ballad (20/1), Speed Skater (25/1), Anglesey Penny (125/1), Vereta (150/1)
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