15:40 Lingfield Fri 18 January 2019
Ninth foal; half-brother to five winners including the Group 1 winning juvenile Morandi (7f-1m2f); should be respected if the market speaks with confidence.
Son of Frankel and a half-brother to six winners including Treat Gently (1m2f-1m4f); still looked to be a work in progress on AW debut at Wolverhampton (1m+) in November when beaten a nose by Eightsome Reel; further improvement likely at 1m2f.
240,000gns yearling; brother to the 6f-7f juvenile winner Hey Gaman (French 2000 Guineas runner-up); 7/2 when finishing a weakening fifth to New King (a stablemate of Gantier) on debut at Wolverhampton last month; stamina doubts.
23,000gns yearling; evidently is still learning the game - slowly away latest; others make much more appeal on paper.
Tenth foal; sister to three winners including Royal Warranty (1m2f-1m4f); stamina will be her forte in time; 33/1, green and never involved on debut at Wolverhampton (1m1f+) in mid December.
Resold as a yearling for 45,000gns; first foal out of a 7f juvenile winning dam (Night Song); bred to be effective on the AW, but will need to be smart in order to trouble Gantier.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Roundabout Kitten||3||9-2||20/1||Full Result|
|T: D R LaniganJ: S Donohoe|
Allocator (5/4), Gantier (2/1), Marhaban (3/1), Resounding Silence (18/1), Thunderoad (33/1), Munstead Moonshine (33/1)
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