17:25 Chelmsford City Thu 18 April 2019
Yard has respectable 16% overall strike rate here but are an impressive 6-12 with their juveniles. Good jockey booked for this gelded son of Zebedee who led for much of the way on debut at Windsor and showed ability.
£5,500 Gregorian colt out of a dam who failed to place and was modest. Pedigree suggests he'll need much further in time and may find things happening a little bit too quick for him.
Cheaply bought (6,000 guineas) Casamento colt who is half-brother to two winners. Yard just 1-14 with juveniles at this track and he may well do better for the experience.
€15,000 Dandy Man filly who is half-sister to three winners. Yard among the winners and well capable of getting one ready on debut so certainly worth a market check.
Sepoy filly cost 10,000 guineas and is nicely related on the dam's side. Yard 3-35 with their juveniles at this track and draw may not be ideal on debut.
Yard have made a fine start to the turf campaign and this €12,000 Rock of Gibraltar filly could well attract support on her first start. Mixed messages as to optimum trip on pedigree but she will likely know her job.
Camacho filly looked green as grass on debut and struggled early on at Kempton before staying on into distant fifth. Should know more now but surprise if there aren't one or two too good for her.
£5,000 Society Rock out of dam of little account. Yard in cracking form with their juveniles at present though so a decent display cannot be ruled out. Certainly worth check for any market support.
Heerat filly out of dam who was a winning juvenile at 5f. Yard in decent form but have disappointing 0-20 record with their juveniles at this track so others are preferred.
Bargain basement 800 guineas filly by good sprinter/sire Equiano. Dam unplaced all starts at up to 1m. Looked very green and started slowly when well beaten on debut at Lingfield earlier this month. Faces a stiff task.
Last Year's Winner
Frida Kahlo (15/8), The Lazy Monkey (2/1), Copacabana Dancer (5/1), Lexi The One (9/1), Village Rock (12/1), Zampa Road (14/1), Craigburn (16/1), What A Business (25/1), Gracie's Girl (25/1), Red Maharani (33/1), Is She The One (33/1)
- Copacabana Dancer
- The Lazy Monkey
- Village Rock
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