16:45 Newbury Fri 12 April 2019
Nathaniel filly who fetched €87,000 as a two-year-old and is a half-sister to a winner over 1m1f. Quite stoutly bred and is likely to need this debut experience.
By Irish sire Linngari out of a Pivotal mare, she cost €45,000 as a two-year-old and is a half-sister to three winners from 1m to 1m4f. Probably best watched as she makes her first appearance on a racecourse.
Dalakhani filly whose dam was unplaced in maidens at around 1m but is a half-sister to a couple of middle-distance winners. Wears a hood on debut.
Daughter of Galileo from the family of the high-class Pilsudksi. Taking middle-distance pedigree and trainer of this debutant has been among the winners.
Champs Elysees half-sister to useful 1m/1m1f winner Just Little and 6f/7f winner Bertie's Best out of a French 1m1f/1¼m winner. Last of 13 on debut at Salisbury in September, but surprising if she is not capable of much better.
Daughter of Sea The Stars who is a sister to a US Listed winner. Promising debut when fourth of 11 at this track in October and should be able to build on that over a longer trip which will suit.
Nathaniel filly who fetched 18,000 gns as a yearling and whose dam won from 5f to 7f. Took a while for the penny to drop on debut at Lingfield last month, but finished well and should be more streetwise this time.
Went through the sales ring three times with her price plummeting to 5,000 gns when bought out of David Simcock's yard in February. Promising debut when never-nearer second of 10 at Lingfield, however, and that form entitles her to respect.
Camelot filly who fetched 100,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to a winner in Germany. Represents a powerful combination on debut and is one to note in the betting.
Sea The Stars filly who cost 240,000 gns as a foal and is a half-sister to Grade 1 winner Cannock Chase and Group 2 winner Pisco Sour. Odds-on when slowly away and sixth of 12 on debut at Chelmsford, but can do better for last year's winning stable.
Universal filly out of an unraced half-sister to a 1m4f-2m Flat and 2m hurdle winner Song Light. Always behind on debut at Kempton in November and looks a long-term prospect.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Lah Ti Dar||3||9-0||7/2||Full Result|
|T: J H M GosdenJ: L Dettori|
Star Catcher (10/11), Royal Star (7/2), Born Leader (8/1), Soloist (10/1), Sashenka (12/1), Lucy Lou (14/1), Samstar (16/1), Mrs Ivy (33/1), Happy Hiker (50/1), Brass (66/1), Universal Song (200/1)
- Star Catcher
- Royal Star
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