14:00 Ripon Sun 19 May 2019
Muhaarar colt, cost 290,000 gns as a foal. Half-brother to four winning sprinters including a Group 2 winner. Dam a 6f winner as a juvenile. Bred for the job and yard do well with their juveniles. Wears first-time tongue-tie. Exciting type.
Hot Streak colt, cost £16,000 as a yearling. Respectable effort when fifth of 11 on debut, getting the hang of things late on. The form of that race is probably nothing special but he should improve here.
Slade Power colt, cost 50,000 gns as a yearling. Dam a winner sprinter (including as a juvenile). Has looked in need of this step up in trip on both 5f starts last month. Vulnerable to anything above average but first-string on jockey bookings.
Heeraat colt, cost €7,500 as a foal. Half-brother to three winners (two at 6f). Dam a winner over further and half-sister to two more winners. Well beaten when green on debut but better at Beverley latest; will need another step forward here.
Acclamation colt, cost €65,000 as a yearling. Brother to two winners over this trip, one as a juvenile. Half-brother to four more winners and dam a 1m2f winner. Yard can ready a debutante and plenty of speed in his pedigree; market check advised.
Dark Angel colt, cost 72,000 gns as yearling. Half-brother to two winners and dam a Group 1 winner (1m2f). Outpaced but stayed on when third of five on Lingfield debut. May need a bit further than this and Don't Joke looks the yard's first string.
Sir Prancealot colt, cost €37,000 as a foal and £25,000 as a yearling. Brother to smart sprinter Copper Knight (winner as a juvenile also). Dam a winning sprinter in France. Well beaten on first two starts and probably one for handicaps now.
Kodiac colt, cost 120,000 gns as a foal and 90,000 gns as a yearling. Half-brother to 1m winner. Dam a 1m Listed winner. Speedily bred and yard in form but yard's debutantes can be in need of the outing.
Make Believe colt, cost €40,000 as a foal and 38,000 gns as a yearling. Dam a sister to US Grade 3 winner and half-sister to a 1m4f Group 2 winner. Well bred but looks in need of a bit further than this. Makes debut here.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Azor Ahai||2||9-2||9/4||Full Result|
|T: M R ChannonJ: G Lee|
Don't Joke (11/4), Oso Rapido (3/1), Abadie (9/2), Cock Robin (7/1), Lexington Warfare (8/1), Misty Grey (17/2), King Lenox (20/1), Rich Belief (25/1), Mystic Knight (33/1)
- Lexington Warfare
- Cock Robin
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