13:55 Beverley Mon 6 May 2019
Poet's Voice colt who showed plenty on debut in a 5f novice at Nottingham, leading just after halfway until headed close home. Sets a solid standard for a race of this nature.
£20,000 yearling by Power out of a 2-y-o 5f winner who has produced a couple of winners already. Yard 0-11 with juveniles this season, but has a 20% strike-rate with newcomers here in recent years.
Heeraat half-brother to 5f/6f winner Tidal's Baby and 1m-1¼m winner Faldal. Showed a bit when mid-field on debut at Thirsk last month, and should do better, with jockey booking catching the eye.
Elzaam half-brother to fairly useful 7f-1½m winner Choral Clan and 2-y-o 7f winner Martin Mount. Will need a stiffer test if pedigree any guide, and yard's newcomers usually need their initial experience.
€37,000 purchase out of a winning close relative of smart German 6f-7f winner Smooth Operator. None of yard's nine 2-y-o newcomers this year have been successful, and wide draw no help.
Half-sister to two-year-old 5f winner Whiteandgold and 6f winner Misty Spirit. Improved on debut effort when neck second of 9 to Iva Go over C&D last time, and has been handed an advantageous draw.
Harbour Watch half-sister to 7f-1¼m winner Shufoog and 2-y-o 1m winner Off Piste. Some appeal on pedigree, although sales price dropped dramatically last year which is a concern. Yard's sole 2-y-o winner so far this year came over C&D.
Half-sister to 5f winner Dame Gladys. Ran green after hitting the front when a close second to Baileys In Bloom over C&D on last month's debut, and looks sure to improve, for all the widest draw complicates matters.
By Elzaam out of a maiden half-sister to Derby winner North Light, from a family replete with stamina. Will need further in time, and yard without a 2-y-o turf winner in recent seasons.
Coach House half-sister to 5f-7f winner Selfiestick. Yard 0-48 with juvenile debutants in last five years, and no fireworks expected.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Rockin Roy||2||9-2||3/1||Full Result|
|T: Archie WatsonJ: D Tudhope|
Dylan De Vega (4/5), Azteca (4/1), Ruby Wonder (11/2), King Lenox (11/1), Speed Dating (18/1), Loolabelle (20/1), Geepower (22/1), South Light (40/1), Scotch Corner (50/1), Susie Javea (80/1)
- Dylan De Vega
- Ruby Wonder
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