17:45 Newmarket Thu 16 May 2019
Made all, and held on well when springing a surprise (7/1) in a small field 5f novice on debut at Doncaster; up in trip.
£30,000 yearling; 12th foal; half-brother to six Flat winners including the 1m Group 3 scorer Recharge.
€30,000 yearling; fourth foal; half-brother to the 1m-1m2f Martinique winner Coping Stone; dam was a juvenile scorer over this 6f trip.
66/1 well held last of nine in a 5f novice contest at Windsor (good) when making his debut just over a month ago; stablemate of Dancinginthewoods.
£40,000 juvenile (€25,000 yearling); third foal from an unraced dam who was a half-sister to the 5½f Group 3 winning juvenile winner Broox; stable going well at present; of interest.
£18,000 yearling; third foal; dam was a 6f juvenile winner; half-brother to the GB/French 7f-1m winner Rebel Lightning.
15,000gns yearling; ninth foal; half-brother to five winners including the 7f Italian Listed winner Pachinaaj; stablemate of Dover Light.
€13,000 vendor yearling; second foal from a 1m winning dam (Emmuska) who was a sister to the 1m Listed winner Quebee.
Slowly away and didn't encounter the best of luck in running when finishing a closing second (25/1) on debut at Chelmsford (5f) one month ago - form-line also shared by Red Maharani.
£6,000 vendor yearling; third foal; half-brother to the 5f turf/7f AW juvenile winner Diamond Pursuit; dam was an unraced half-sister to the 6f Listed winner Sweet Cecily.
2,000gns foal; fourth foal; half-brother to three winners including the 6f AW winner Krazy Paving.
€6,500 yearling; first foal from a German dam who was out of a German winning (1m-1m1f) sister to the French 7f juvenile Listed winner Joyce.
€12,000 yearling; clear signs of inexperience when finishing eighth of 14 (20/1) to Lambeth Walk on debut at Windsor (5f); stablemate of Little Bird.
€10,000 yearling; first foal from a middle distance winning dam (Burma Star) who was a sister to the 5f-1m2f winner Mushaakis; stablemate of Amber Road.
Half-sister to the 7f AW winner Captain Hawk; 33/1 when finishing 3L fourth of ten to Copacabana Dancer on debut at Chelmsford (5f), in a race where today's rival What A Business was runner up.
6,500gns yearling; second foal from a 1m winning dam (Burnt Fingers) who was closely related to the 6f Listed winner Millbag.
5,500gns yearling; third foal from a maiden dam who was a half-sister to the Listed winners Aaahayson (6f) and Take Ten (5f dirt UAE).
3,000gns yearling; sixth foal; half-sister to a couple of winners including the Italian 7½f-1m2f scorer Bohemian Symphony; dam was a poor once-raced maiden.
5,550gns yearling; seventh foal; half-sister to four winners including Won Diamond (1m AW) and Jazri (1m-1m3f).
Last Year's Winner
|4||Usain Boat||2||9-0||5/4||Full Result|
|T: George ScottJ: S De Sousa|
Gallaside (7/2), Hamish Macbeth (7/2), Apollinaire (11/2), Amber Road (6/1), What A Business (7/1), Dark Side Division (12/1), Pitchcombe (14/1), Grove Ferry (16/1), Red Maharani (16/1), Little Bird (20/1), Jungle Book (20/1), London Calling (33/1), Dancinginthewoods (50/1), Broughtons Gold (50/1), Goddess Of Fire (50/1), Hot Date (50/1), Fair Warning (50/1), Sparkling Diamond (50/1), Lily Bonnette (50/1), Dover Light (66/1)
- What A Business
- London Calling
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