13:40 Salisbury Thu 16 May 2019
£40,000 yearling, Camacho colt. Closely related to two-year-old 5f winner Invincibella. Likely sort on debut, needs a close check in the betting.
€72,000 yearling, price increased to 200,000 gns as a two-year-old, Dark Angel colt. Yard in decent form and could be set to go well on debut.
Sir Prancealot colt. Half-brother to several winners, including useful winner up to 6f Lady Lily and 1m½f winner Apt. Market should guide on first outing.
Fast Company colt. Half-brother to several winners, including two-year-old 6f winner Epona and 7f winner Ella Brown. May find things happening quickly enough.
€18,000 yearling, Sir Prancealot gelding. Half-brother to multiple winners, including 5f winner Catwilldo. Stamina for further than this bare trip on first start.
Starspangledbanner colt whose priced increased to 52,000 gns as a yearling. Early juvenile runner for this yard, worth a close look.
Exceed And Excel colt. Dam, lightly raced, half-sister to top-class winner Dream Ahead. Trainer going well recently and should know his job first time up.
€68,000 yearling; galloped loose prior to the race, so fared reasonably well in the circumstances when finishing just under 5L fourth of seven to Good Vibes on debut over C&D 18 days ago; can do better.
2,000 gns foal, Lethal Force filly. Dam, winner up to 1m2f, half-sister to useful winner up to 1m2f Magnolia Springs. Not the most likely of these on paper.
230,000 gns yearling, Frankel filly. Half-sister to 1m3f winner Beau Bergerac and 1m winner Biscaya Storm. Yard 3-22 with two-year-old's so far this term; likely sort on debut.
Newcomer (yard not prolific with debutantes) by Coach House out of a maiden dam (half-sister to smart 6f-7f Shard Equity). May well need this experience and makes limited appeal on debut unless the market speaks for her.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Rumble Inthejungle||2||9-2||10/1||Full Result|
|T: Richard SpencerJ: T P Queally|
Welcome Surprise (11/4), Symbolize (7/2), Born To Destroy (7/2), Shammah (6/1), Dark Kris (7/1), Aroha (10/1), Sir Chancealot (25/1), Magical Force (40/1), Summers Way (50/1), Newton Jack (50/1), Mungo's Quest (50/1)
- Dark Kris
- Welcome Surprise
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