19:25 Kempton Wed 22 May 2019
Stepped up to beat a subsequent winner at Brighton and could put that experience to good use as she has to concede weight to newcomers from top stables. Stable had five winners on Monday.
28,000 gns daughter of Dream Ahead and half-sister to a couple of winners including one who scored over 5f on AW as a juvenile. Sure to be well prepared for her debut and the market should be informative.
Dubawi filly out of a winning miler and related to three dirt winners who needed at least a mile. Stable 1-13 with this age group in 2019.
Bated Breath half-sister to useful juvenile Space Traveller. Market often informative regarding yard's newcomers so keep an eye on early trading.
30,000 gns half-sister to an AW winner over 9.5f. Sire influence for speed though and she was expected to do better than proved the case on debut. Soft ground may have been to blame, but she is probably in a better race here.
Charm Spirit filly out of an Australian Listed winner effective from 6f-1m2f. Yard have been using barrier trials to prepare their youngsters to good effect, judged on their record this year, and their AW record with this age group in 2019 is 8-10.
600,000 gns sister to useful pair Fanciful Angel and Mountain Angel representing top connections. Stable off to a slower than usual start with their juveniles, but they usually have one ready to run a big race in this contest.
Last Year's Winner
|7||La Pelosa||2||9-0||1/1||Full Result|
|T: C ApplebyJ: W Buick|
Sneaky (2/1), Dubai Romance (10/3), Sri Sene Power (4/1), Rubia Bella (13/2), Brazen Safa (7/1), Dream Kart (14/1), Seraphinite (33/1)
- Sri Sene Power
- Brazen Safa
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