13:50 York Fri 17 May 2019
Supplicant filly who cost €15,000 as a yearling. Dam was a French 6f-1m winner and is closely related to French 6f juvenile winner Gwenhwyfar. Went left at start, but was still able to score on debut at Beverley. Improvement on the cards. .
Debut winner at Windsor before finishing fourth to Lady Kermit at Newcastle. Plenty to do if she is to turn the tables on that filly.
Daughter of Dark Angel with stamina on the dam's side. Won on the nod on debut at Yarmouth and will surely have learned from the experience. Will need further in time.
Daughter of Dandy Man who cost €16,000 as a yearling and is out of a dam who was placed over this trip. Made good impression when scoring at Yarmouth on debut and should be able to handle this step up in class.
Dutch Art filly whose dam was a 6f AW winner. Stable does well with its runners at York and positive jockey booking lends encouragement on this one's debut.
Stable companion of Chasanda who battled well to score on her second start at Salisbury following a promising debut. More need, but she is going the right way.
Speedy filly who has won her last two starts at Ripon and Chester. Likely to make her presence felt again, but this is her toughest assignment so far.
From the same stable as Great Dame, she learned from her Ripon debut run when scoring at Beverley last time. Plenty more to do against this opposition.
Good scond on debut at Beverley and went one better next time at Beverley. Already useful and stable's runners are always to be respected at this venue.
Daughter of Kodiac who fetched 55,000 gns as a yearling and whose dam was Listed class and won over 5f as a juvenile. Favourite when scoring decisively on debut at Nottingham and there should be plenty more to come.
Has looked one of the season's leading juveniles with a clear-cut win at Kempton and slightly less impressive success at Newcastle. Makes turf debut, but that should not be an issue for this very fast filly.
Daughter of Sir Prancealot who was bought for €1,500 last November and whose dam was unplaced in five starts at two. Clear-cut winner on debut at Brighton so it would be unwise to underestimate her.
Camcho filly who cost €70,000 as a yearling and is from the family of a 5f Listed winner. Sixth of 10 behind Lady Kermit on debut at Newcastle and clearly has work to do if she is to turn the tables.
Acclamation filly who cost £42,000 as a yearling and is a half-sister to a winner over 7f. Ran green and shaped as though she would be better for the race when chasing home Lady Kermit at Newcastle with a couple of these rivals behind. Respected.
A third runner for this stable, she has shown ability to finish runner-up on both starts at Beverley. She is sure to win a race in due course, but this is a tough one in which to shed her maiden tag.
Cable Bay filly who cost £30,000 as a yearling and is a half-sister to a couple of winners from 7f-1m3f. Showed a good deal of promise when close second on debut at Newbury and can build on that effort.
A £3,000 daughter of Cable Bay out of a 5f-7f winner who scored in Listed company. Knew her job when scoring readily on debut at Bath and should know even more this time.
Daughter of More Than Ready who cost €65,000 as a yearling and is a half-sister to a number of winners. Dwelt at the start when second to Fleeting Princess on debut at Yarmouth and should be more streetwise this time.
Last Year's Winner
|9||Signora Cabello||2||8-12||20/1||Full Result|
|T: J J QuinnJ: Jason Hart|
Lady Kermit (11/4), Mighty Spirit (13/2), Fleeting Princess (8/1), Lady Fanditha (9/1), Good Vibes (10/1), Separate (11/1), Companion (11/1), Galadriel (16/1), Iva Go (16/1), Littledidyouknow (16/1), Baileys In Bloom (20/1), Silver Start (20/1), Taste The Nectar (20/1), Great Dame (20/1), Dr Simpson (20/1), Yarrow Gate (33/1), Infinite Grace (40/1), Macho Touch (50/1), Lady Quickstep (50/1), Chasanda (100/1), Ruby Wonder (100/1)
- Lady Kermit
- Lady Fanditha
- Mighty Spirit
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