14:10 Thirsk Sat 18 May 2019
Daughter of Dark Angel; first foal out of a Shamardal mare who was a Listed juvenile winner. Bred for speed and likely to be primed for debut. Leading stable in flying form and a likely leading contender.
Daughter of Kodaic; a 9th foal and cost £24,000 as a yearling; Sister to juvenile sprint winner Profile Star. Boasts a sprint pedigree and market should provide best guide.
€48,000 yearling, Dark Angel filly. Made a promising debut when third at Redcar last month. Beaten favourite and well below that level at Ripon subsequently and needs to bounce back. Stable quiet at present.
Filly by Brazen Beau out of a Dutch Art mare. Bred to be speedy but likely best watched on debut unless market strongly suggests otherwise. Stable also represented by Shepherds Way.
By Toronado and the first foal of a 2-y-o 5f winner. Yard not known at all for juvenile newcomer winners so she shaped well when showing pace on Beverley debut. Well drawn but plenty more needed.
Showcasing filly cost 90,000gns as a yearling and plenty of speed in pedigree. Stable in red hot form and she was sent off odds-on favourite when close third on debut. Paid late for pulling too hard early and likely to improve. Sets the standard.
Daughter of Acclamation; second foal out of a 6f juvenile winner. Bred with plenty of speed in her pedigree and stable in good form with their two-year-olds. Rates a likely type on debut.
Cost 30,000 gns as a foal before rising to £62,000 as yearling. Breeding suggests she'll need further in time. Stable a bit quiet at present and their runners tends to improve with the run. Best watched on debut.
Daughter of Casamento sent off 100/1 but ran with credit on debut at Redcar and then showed improvement when headed late at Musselburgh. Bred to need further in time but has shown enough to be competitive again.
Daughter of More Than Ready out of a Group 1 placed mare. Eye-catching pedigree and cost 230,000 gns as a juvenile. Stable capable of readying a newcomer and worth a check in the betting, however will likely need further in time.
Dawn Approach filly out of a Kodiac mare. Fetched 25,000gns as yearling and bred to be a sprinter. Looks a tough first ask and likely best watched on debut from this draw..
Acclamation filly and a first foal to a Listed placed Spanish sprinter. Plenty of speed in pedigree but poorly drawn for debut. Stable has made a very quiet start with their juveniles and others preferred.
Daughter of Dark Angel who cost £31,000 as a yearling; first foal to an unraced half-sister to 6f Group 1 winner Slade Power. Bred to be speedy but stable yet to fire with their juveniles.
Firebreak filly cost £6,000 as a yearling; second foal and a half-sister to speedy juvenile winner Vintage Brut. Stable quite at present and also run Krabi. Market likely best guide on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Queen Of Bermuda||2||9-0||4/6||Full Result|
|T: W J HaggasJ: Ben Curtis|
Endless Joy (9/4), Althiqa (3/1), Nasaiym (9/2), Jaunty (8/1), Bare All (14/1), She Can Dance (16/1), Lara Silvia (20/1), Beautrix (25/1), Shepherds Way (28/1), Krabi (33/1), Blitzle (40/1), Vintage Times (40/1), Navajo Dawn (66/1), Banmi (66/1)
- Endless Joy
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