17:30 Ripon Sun 19 May 2019
Improved from debut to win at 40/1 at Yarmouth next time out. The form looks solid, with several in behind winning subsequently and the step up in trip could see him to even better effect here.
Well beaten at Windsor on debut but produced a better effort at Wetherby when runner-up of 12. More needed against these rivals though and slight drop in trip probably isn't ideal.
Beaten out of sight at Nottingham on debut and still looked green. Every chance he will do better this year though and first-time cheekpieces may help; interesting contender with a nice pedigree.
Has run to a similar level on both starts, third of eight at Chelmsford earlier this month. Draw not ideal and more needed against these rivals.
Ran okay on debut and failed to settle at Southwell earlier this month. Return to turf should suit and drops back in trip here.
Camelot filly who shaped okay on debut before tiring towards the end of the contest. Yard's debutantes can be in need of the run so there's every chance she can make her presence felt, despite this looking tougher.
Nathaniel filly, cost 15,000 gns as a foal and 30,000 gns as a yearling. Dam a half-sister to a 1m2f Group 2 winner. Yard in form and makes some appeal on pedigree; interesting debutante.
Showed nothing on debut but it was a better effort at Newcastle last time out. Still looked as if she was learning on the job there and may improve again.
Last Year's Winner
Great Example (11/4), Funny Man (11/4), Australis (3/1), Millions Memories (11/2), Neesaan (6/1), International Guy (12/1), Kenica (16/1), Theatro (28/1), Itchingham Lofte (33/1), Tamok (33/1), Nataleena (66/1), Can Can Nights (200/1)
- Millions Memories
- International Guy
- Funny Man
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