16:35 York Wed 15 May 2019
Kodiac colt who took a big step forward when green on debut to win at Musselburgh earlier this month. That was only a five-runner affair but may have more to come.
Gutaifan colt, cost 43,000 gns as a yearling. Green on debut at Thirsk but produced a much more professional performance when making all to win at Pontefract next time out. May need a shade more against some of these.
Society Rock colt, cost 40,000 gns as a foal and 100,000 gns as a yearling. Dam a half-sister to a 1m Group 3 winner. Yard capable of readying one for debut and fast ground likely in his favour; interesting runner.
Brazen Beau colt, cost €33,000 as a yearling. Dam a winner over this trip as a juvenile and half-sister to two more winners. Ran okay at Thirsk last month and yard's runners often come on markedly for their debut.
Street Boss colt, dam a half-sister to seven winners including a Group 2 winner (1m). Yard's debutantes usually ready first up and interesting to see what the market makes of this one.
Coach House colt, cost £2,000 as a yearling and £85,000 as a Breeze-up purchase. Dam a 6f winner. Big spike in his sale price and bred for this; not one to rule out for yard who have them ready first up.
Night Of Thunder colt, cost €75,000 as a foal and 115,000 gns as a yearling. Half-brother to four winners including a pair of juvenile winners. Dam a winner over further. May want further than this but not dismissed with De Sousa booked.
Couch House filly, beaten a long way on debut at Redcar. Has it all to prove now.
Hot Streak filly, cost £42,000 as a yearling. Dam a winner over further but a sister to a multiple winning sprinter. Perhaps not the most obvious on paper but not one to put a line through all the same; worth noting in the market.
Acclamation filly, cost 22,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to two winners and dam a winning sprinter as a juvenile. Respectable effort at Ripon on debut and while she needs to come on for that, yard's runners often need their debut.
Coach House filly, cost £5,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to 7f juvenile winner and dam a winning sprinter, half-sister to two 6f winners. Showed little on debut and needs to leave that behind.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Charming Kid||2||9-2||11/2||Full Result|
|T: R A FaheyJ: P Hanagan|
Sun Power (5/2), Dazzling Des (5/1), Summer Sands (11/2), Bomb Proof (7/1), Monoski (7/1), Holloa (8/1), Kidda (10/1), No Mercy (12/1), Barbarella (25/1), Harswell (25/1), Irish Eileen (50/1), Bankawi (66/1)
- Bomb Proof
- Dazzling Des
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