18:15 Leicester Mon 20 May 2019
Led for much of her debut at Wolverhampton before fading, but no such promise to glean from her subsequent outing, and left Archie Watson afterwards. Visored on debut for new yard now.
Full-brother to useful winner up to 7f Visionary, and yard 10-60 here in last five years, so looks one to take note of in the market on debut.
Half brother to winners from family of smart 7f performer James Garfield. Not knocked about when fourth of 10 to Equal Sum on debut at Wolverhampton (7f) in December, and sure to improve, so shortlisted.
Cost 145,000 gns as a foal, but hasn't looked like living up to that price-tag with two well-beaten runs so far. One for handicaps perhaps.
Delegator half-brother to useful 7f/1m winner Noble Peace. Better than result after missing the break when 9L sixth of 9 to Nahham at Bath on debut, and this run should reveal more about his ability.
75,000 gns breeze up buy a year ago. Never involved on belated debut at Kempton last month, but will have learnt from that, and could improve markedly.
Shaped with promise when runner-up over 1m at Chelmsford on debut, but cut out quickly having looked sure to go close at Wetherby last time, and questions to answer after that capitulation.
Beaten ¾L when runner-up on his last two starts at Kempton and Wetherby. Form of latter race working out, and cheekpieces may help him now. Leading claims.
Never really involved on debut at Kempton, but improved when fourth of 10 to Sucellus at Wolverhampton in December. Gelded since, and should do better again.
Full-brother to 6f winner Najd and half-brother to useful 1m1½f-1½m winner Fools And Kings and 1m1f winner Universal Gleam. Very cheaply bought, however, and watching brief advised on debut.
Out of a half-sister to Speightstown, and did well after a slow start when 3¾L third of 14 to Inhale in novice at Kempton in November. Ought to improve, and comes into the reckoning.
Last Year's Winner
|5||Arabian Coast||3||9-3||5/2||Full Result|
|T: S bin SuroorJ: Edward Greatrex|
Regular (5/2), Dubai Ice (7/2), Corrida De Toros (5/1), King Shamardal (6/1), Eligible (8/1), Shawaaheq (10/1), Attorney General (16/1), Haadef (33/1), Sharqeyya (33/1), Stepaside Boy (50/1), Juan De Valdes (50/1), Come On Bear (100/1)
- Dubai Ice
- Corrida De Toros
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