16:30 Newcastle Tue 5 March 2019
€18,000 foal, €21,000 3yo; tenth foal, closely related to the 2m4f-3m hurdle/chase winner Nicole's Milan and the 2m2f hurdle winner Kings Equity; stablemate of Marvellous Joe.
€125,000 3yo; sixth foal; brother to the bumper/2m4f hurdle winner Vanellope and a half-brother to the bumper/2m & 2m5f hurdle winner Irish Buccaneer; of interest.
€1,400 3yo; second foal out of an unraced dam (Shuil Le Vic); others rate as more likely types.
€20,000 yearling, €85,000 3yo; third foal; half-brother to the 2m hurdle winner Grange; dam placed in 2m-2m3f hurdles.
Second foal; dam an unraced great-granddaughter of the French 1m7f hurdle/2m1f chase winner Esposente; this County Kerry handler has only saddled seven previous jumps runners in England (excluding his high-profile runners at Cheltenham & Aintree).
€18,000 foal, £30,000 3yo; fifth foal; half-brother to a couple of winners including the useful 2m3f/2m4f hurdler Champagne Express; stablemate of Crypto.
First foal; dam was a French maiden (Flat and jumps); wears a hood on racecourse debut; yard 0-22 with their runners in NHF races this season.
38,000gns yearling; 12th foal; half-brother to eight winners including Toi Et Moi (1m2f/1m4f Listed); a rare jumps runner for Mark Johnston (5-78 (career); 1-8 in bumpers - Golden Jeffrey at Ayr in February 2017)).
€11,500 3yo; seventh foal, half-brother to the useful 2m-2m4f hurdle/chase winner Cracking Find; stable 5-19 (26%) with their NHF runners this season; owned by the wife of racing presenter Niall Hannity.
First foal; dam La Colinda was placed in a bumper and a 2m5f hurdle; yard among the winners of late but this gelding is probably one for further down the line.
€17,000 juvenile, €40,000 3yo; tenth foal; half-sister to the French winners Arc Des Taillons (1m2f Flat, 2m1f-2m3f hurdle/chase) and Brame De Nuit (1m7f hurdle/2m2f chase).
Last Year's Winner
Brave Seasca (9/4), Och Aye (5/1), Crypto (11/2), Raymond (11/2), Glen Mooar (9/1), Jembug Drummer (10/1), Teescomponentstrig (16/1), Desaray Girl (18/1), Muhtamar (18/1), Marvellous Joe (20/1), Honda Fifty (50/1)
- Brave Seasca
- Glen Mooar
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