17:00 Newbury Sat 13 April 2019
Camelot colt who fetched 82,000 gns as a yearling and is a brother to a winner over 1m. Debutant from in-form yard so he is one to consider.
Pour Moi half-brother to smart 1¼m-1¾m winner Bauer and useful 1¼m-1¾m winner Boz. Well held on debut at Goodwood in September and is probably a long-term prospect.
Well backed and solid efforts to be second in both AW starts. Tougher task on turf debut, but is not entirely dismissed.
Teofilo colt who is closely related to Strathspey and an AW winner in Germany, Defeated at a shade of odds-on when making his debut on the AW at Chelmsford, but should have learned from the experience.
Nathaniel colt whose price rose from 32,000 gns as a yearling to 115,000 as a two-year-old. A half-brother to a couple of juvenile winners, he wears a hood on debut and is one to note.
Galileo colt who is a brother to two winners from 7f to 2m. Represents leading trainer/jockey combination who won this last year and needs monitoring in the betting.
Improved on debut at this track when close third of nine at Wolverhampton in November. Gelded since, he needs to take another step forward.
Iffraaj colt who is a half-brother to 1m2f winner Caravela. Stable companion of Severance so the betting should be a guide to their respective merits.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Young Rascal||3||9-5||3/1||Full Result|
|T: W J HaggasJ: James Doyle|
Pianissimo (8/13), Space Walk (10/3), Kiefer (9/1), Majestic Dawn (12/1), Storting (16/1), Doune Castle (16/1), Fox Vardy (16/1), State Of Affair (20/1), Severance (40/1)
- Space Walk
- Doune Castle
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