13:50 Beverley Tue 14 May 2019
Major improvement on his second start at Newcastle (5f) when headed close home and beaten a short-head by the newcomer Strive For Glory.
£1,000 yearling; first foal out of an unraced dam who was a half-sister to the 6f AW juvenile Group 3 winner Love Lockdown.
£55,000 yearling; green on debut at Pontefract (33/1) when finishing in excess of 6L fifth of seven to stablemate Kidda; should improve for that run.
£20,000 yearling; always in rear when finishing eighth of ten to Dylan De Vega on debut over C&D (good) last week; plenty more needed.
£35,000 yearling; first foal from a 6f-7½f winning dam (Wee Jean); notable that Sean Levey travels north to take the ride.
£22,000 yearling; well beaten in the Brocklesby (50/1); placed on his next start at Leicester (5f) 17-days ago - form which has been loosely boosted by the runner up Heer We Go Again.
£18,000 yearling; half-brother to various winners including Curiosity (6f-7f) and Tin Hat (5f as a 2yo); ran green on debut and thought capable of better, so it's disappointing that he didn't deliver the goods next time at Thirsk (5f).
€18,000 yearling; tenth foal; half-sister to three winners, including Enlace (5f-7f) and Overstep (6f); market a helpful guide.
300,000gns yearling; second foal; half-sister to the Fibresand winner Peruvian Summer; led until caught close home by a stablemate of Auchterarder in a 5f maiden fillies contest at Yarmouth (good to firm).
Cost a mere 800gns as a yearling; fourth foal from a 5f-6f winning dam who was a half-sister to the 5f-6f Group 1 winner Reverence.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Deep Intrigue||2||9-2||4/7||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: D Tudhope|
Quiet Place (8/13), Auchterarder (5/1), Out Of Here (5/1), Bezzas Lad (12/1), Richard R H B (14/1), Corndavon Lad (20/1), War of Clans (28/1), Geepower (33/1), Bosun's Chair (80/1), Youthfilly (100/1)
- Quiet Place
- Out Of Here
- Corndavon Lad
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