14:00 Ayr Wed 22 May 2019
5,000 gns foal, £35,000 yearling, Due Diligence colt. Dam 1m5½f -2m winner. Yard in scintillating form, worth noting.
Dandy Man colt, cost €42,000 as a yearling and bred for speed. Caught wider than ideal on second start at Pontefract, which usually spells trouble. Should be more to come before long.
145,000 gns yearling Frankel colt. Will surely stay further than this in time but respected yard will have him ready and any market confidence would demand attention for well-regarded sort.
€35,000 yearling, Dandy Man colt. Dam unraced half-sister to smart winner up to 1m4f Forbearing. Second runner for trainer here, market should split them.
Oasis Dream colt cost 140,000 gns as a yearling. Dam was a 1m winner, half-sister to smart winner up to 1¼m Law Power. Another appealing newcomer from a top yard.
€6,000 yearling. Second foal. Dam unplaced 7f-1m4f, half-sister to French 1m2f Listed winner Safe And Sound. Will have to raise game considerably on what he's show at Beverley and Newcastle (AW). Goes up in trip this time.
Showcasing colt. Dam, 6f winner who stayed 1m, sister to smart winner up to 6f La Cucaracha. Yard in decent form and amongst interesting newcomers here.
Cappella Sansevero filly. Half-sister to useful two-year-old 7f winner Whenindoubtsmile and 7f/1m winner Rapido Domingo. 100-1 for last month's debut in Ireland and never a threat.
Last Year's Winner
Fred (11/4), Mellad (3/1), Lord Of The Lodge (4/1), Danny Ocean (4/1), Clay Regazzoni (9/1), Streaker (9/1), Puerto Sol (50/1), Star's Daughter (50/1), Capelli Rossi (66/1)
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