14:45 Yarmouth Wed 22 May 2019
- British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes (Plus 10) (Class 3)
- 6f 3y,
- 8 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Camelot colt who cost €90,000 as a yearling and is a half-brother to eight winners. Will need further than this in time, but is worth a market check on debut.
Due Dilgence colt who cost £12,000 as a two-year-old and is a half-brother to a handful of winners. Fourth of five over 5f at this track on debut and is likely to be seen to better effect further down the line.
Son of Kingman from the family of Group 1 winner Bold Edge. Obvious contender on debut for last year's winning stable.
Shamardal colt who is a half-brother to a couple of winners in France. Powerful stable can do well with its juveniles, but Godolphin may have a stronger contender in Path Of Thunder.
Oasis Dream colt who is a half-brother to a 6f winner. Interesting jockey booking on debut so well worth a look in the betting.
Night Of Thunder colt who cost 48,000 gns as a yearling and 375,000 gns as a Breeze-up purchase. Only third of four on debut at Newmarket, but was handled sympathetically and can surely do better for top stable.
By Australian sire Brazen Beau, he cost 19,000 gns as a yearling and his dam won over middle distance. Probably one to watch on debut unless the market speaks in his favour.
Cable Bay colt who cost 90,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-brother to three winners in France. Powerful stable can ready one to win first time so he is one to keep an eye on.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Legends Of War||2||9-2||2/1||Full Result|
|T: J H M GosdenJ: Oisin Murphy|
Path Of Thunder (5/6), Maxi Boy (4/1), Deverell (6/1), Historic (13/2), St Ives (7/1), Arthur's Court (18/1), Rusper's Lad (25/1), Dark Side Division (80/1)
- Path Of Thunder
Hexham, Huntingdon and Sligo provide the evening action and Nick Robson has a selection for every race.
Matt Brocklebank looks ahead to the fiercely competitive Investec Dash at Epsom on Derby day, with a 33/1 selection in the big sprint handicap.
Anita Chambers has a selection for every race in Britain and Ireland on Wednesday, with the nap going to post at Ayr.