13:15 Newmarket Tue 16 April 2019
Daughter of New Approach who is a sister to AW winner Point Of View and a half-sister to three other winners. Finished in mid-division over 7f at this track on debut in November and can be expected to fare better with that run under her belt.
Signs of promise in 7f races at this venue and Newcastle in November. Should do better as a three-year-old, but her future may lie in handicaps.
Only limited promise in 7f contests at Wolverhampton and Lingfield in December. First race on turf and is able to run in handicap company after this.
Stepped up on Leicester debut effort when fairly close fourth of 12 over 7f at this track in October. Can take another step forward for in-form stable, but one or two others make more appeal.
Plenty of promise when second over 7f on debut at this course, but was beaten into third at odds-on at Yarmouth next time. Every chance if able to replicate that earlier effort.
Mastercraftsman filly who fetched 50,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to a winner over 1m2f. Represents a powerful stable which won this last year and is one to consider as she makes her racecourse bow.
Kodiac filly whose dam is an unraced half-sister to a Group 1 winner over 1m2f. Easy to back when touched off by a long odds-on shot at Newcastle on debut in October and has to enter calculations with improvement expected.
Daughter of Sea The Moon out of a New Approach mare who was unplaced over middle distances. Wears a hood on debut and is probably best watched..
Kingman filly who cost 180,000 gns as a yearling and whose dam won over 1m2f. Trained by Luca Cumani when promising third of 10 on debut over 7f at this venue and normal improvement should see her thereabouts on first run for current yard.
Medicean filly out of a mare who over 1m as a two-year-old. Watching brief advised on racecourse bow unless the market speaks in her favour.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R VarianJ: Andrea Atzeni|
Maqsad (6/4), Twist 'n' Shake (2/1), Inclyne (6/1), Stagehand (10/1), Artistic Streak (14/1), Specialise (25/1), Venusta (33/1), Beguiling Charm (33/1), Forty Four Sunsets (100/1), Tereshkova (100/1)
- Twist 'n' Shake
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