16:45 Newmarket Tue 16 April 2019
By Invincible Spirit out of 1,000 Guineas heroine Ghanaati, she is related to several winners including smart miler Afaak. Dwelt and was nearest at the finish when fourth of 11 on debut at Lingfield in December. Looks sure to improve.
A filly by Derby winner Australia, she is a half-sister to three winners including a useful 6f to 1m½f winner out of a Listed placed dam. Never landed a blow on debut at Yarmouth in October and may need more time to develop.
Daughter of Sea The Stars who is a half-sister to a 1m4f winner. Makes her debut over a trip which will probably be her bare minimum.
Only limited promise in a couple of 1m Haydock novice events in September. Should do better as a three-year-old, but is probably best watched with the future in mind.
Bated Breath filly who is a half-sister to a couple of winners from 1m3f to 2m. Wears a hood on debut and may well need the experience.
Daughter of Rip Van Winkle from the family of the high-class Golan and Tartan Bearer. Makes her debut and is worth a check for any market support.
American-bred filly who cost $60,000 as a yearling and is a half-sister to four winners in the US. Fitted with a hood on debut and stable appears to be in good form.
By Invincible Spirit, she cost 650,000 gns as a yearling and is closely related to winners at Group 2 level. Clearly one to be interested in as she makes her debut given her breeding and price tag.
Poet's Voice filly who fetched only 6,000 gns as a foal but whose dam won over 1m2f. Watching brief advised as she makes her first racecourse appearance.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Ceilidhs Dream||3||9-0||14/1||Full Result|
|T: R M BeckettJ: Louis Steward|
Maamora (2/1), Alandalos (11/4), Lavender's Blue (3/1), Tatweej (6/1), Fast Strike (12/1), Rimmal (14/1), Princess Juliana (25/1), Dinah Washington (33/1), Ximena (50/1), Plissken (66/1)
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