14:00 Thirsk Sat 13 April 2019
Society Rock gelding; fifth foal; half-brother to the 5f winners Almane and Frank The Barber.
£10,000 foal; fifth foal; half-brother to the winners Spray The Sea (1m-1m1f) and Mark's Choice (6f).
€3,000 yearling; twice raced already; comfortably held third to Electric Ladybird at Lingfield (5f, AW) 11-days ago; plum draw in stall 11.
€33,000 yearling; 13th foal; closely related to the 5f-7f winner Harry's Dancer, a half-brother to a number of speedy types including Dance Away (5f); low draw potentially troublesome, of interest otherwise.
43,000gns yearling; fourth foal; closely related to the 6f winning juvenile Ertiyad; appeals as a likely type; low draw potentially troublesome.
£9,000 yearling; ninth foal; closely related to winners Shamdarley (1m-1m2f+ inc AW) and Nimitz (1m-1m4f inc AW); finished eighth of 17 (25/1) to Show Me Show Me in the Brocklesby at Doncaster (5f).
€24,000 foal, £55,000 yearling; second living foal from an unraced dam (half-sister to the 7f-1m2f Flat winner Altilhar, and the 5f-6f winner Qeyadaa; well drawn in stall 8.
€9,000 foal, £18,000 yearling; ninth foal; half-brother to various winners including Curiosity (6f-7f) and Tin Hat (5f as a 2yo); green on debut at Musselburgh when finishing 7L+ third to Proper Beau; can fare better from a high draw; key player.
62,000gns yearling; second foal from a 1m+ AW scorer (Vanity Rules); ideally may need further, but the Johnston juveniles generally know what is expected of them; mid pack draw.
Fountain of Youth filly (cost £800); second foal from an Italian dam (7½f winner); half-sister to various winners including the stayer Elegiac (1m-1m6f); others rate as more probable winners.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Vintage Brut||2||9-5||25/1||Full Result|
|T: T D EasterbyJ: D Allan|
Kidda (9/4), Xcelente (3/1), War of Clans (6/1), Heer We Go Again (15/2), Paddy Elliott (9/1), Road Rage (9/1), Il Maestro (12/1), Bezzas Lad (20/1), Zakher Alain (25/1), Congratulate (33/1), Cmon Cmon (50/1)
- War of Clans
- Road Rage
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