17:50 Windsor Mon 13 May 2019
Didn't arrtact much interest at the sales but makes some appeal on pedigree; bred to get at least a mile so may do better as he gains in experience. Yard is very quiet just now.
Cost 2,500 gns and is out of a 1m-1m3f winner, who is a half-sister to the classy Queen Of Ice. Stable has been among the winners but form with juveniles isn't so inspiring first-time out.
Cost £52,000 and already on a retrieval mission after he ruined his debut effort by rearing in the stalls and being slowly away. The betting can guide as to whether a more refined approach is likely tonight.
Cost £105,000 as a yearling and is a half-brother to the decent Stone Of Destiny and Stone Tornado, who has been placed in a Listed race in Italy. Caught the eye on debut and can take a step forward here. Worth considering.
Dubawi colt who was a well-backed favourite on debut at Nottingham last month but never landed a telling blow. Should be sharper for the run needs to crank things up a couple of notches.
€100,000 filly by Kodiac out of a Loup De Vega mare, she's bred to be effective at or around a mile; debut run left a lot to be desired as she flashed her tail and found little when asked for effort. Sure to be wiser now but improvement needed.
Cost £8,000 and out of Group-placed Bonnie Grey, who was a useful juvenile for these same connections. Yard is going well just now. Worth a betting check.
Last Year's Winner
Illusionist (8/11), Making History (10/3), Kemble (7/2), Constitutional (16/1), Tilly Tamworth (50/1), Carmague (100/1), Castle Force (125/1)
- Making History
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