14:00 Goodwood Thu 23 May 2019

Scheduled
  • European Breeders Fund Novice Stakes (Plus 10) (Class 4)
  • 6f, Good (Good to Firm in Places)
  • 7 Runners
  • Winner£6,792.002nd£2,021.003rd£1,010.004th£505.00
  • Surface: Turf
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(5)
29-5OR:

£25,000 yearling; 10th foal; closely related to Norwegian 1m winner Golden Pool, half-brother to winners Chips O'Toole (5f-6f GB/Scandinavia inc at 2), Presumido (6f-1m AW) and Ettie Hart (7f inc AW). Trainer's newcomers often need a run.

2
(4)
29-5OR:

Ravens Pass newcomer; 11th foal; brother to 7f winner Ibn Malik (inc at 2/Group 2), half-brother to 4 Flat winners inc Yazamaan (1m 2yo), Mutafakir (5f-6f) and Atab (1m 2yo). Well related and worth a market check.

3
(1)
29-5OR:

200,000 gns son of Siyouni made a more than respectable start when second of seven at Ascot two weeks ago where he was only narrowly touched off in the end. Should progress further and sets a good standard for the newcomers.

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5
(6)
29-5OR:

(8,000gns vendor foal); second foal; half-brother to 6f 2yo winner Knockabout Queen; dam 1m winner (inc AW). Bred with speed in mind and yard well known for early, fast juveniles so no surprise if he goes well.

6
(3)
29-5OR:

65,000gns yearling by Camacho; sixth foal; half-brother to 6f winners Angel's Hideaway (inc 2yo Group 3), Perfect Angel (Group-placed 2yo) and Where's Sue; dam 5f 2yo winner. Bred to be very precocious and merits respect here.

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(8)
29-5OR:

Dragon Pulse newcomer; €50,000 Y; third foal; half-brother to Italian 5f-6f winner Disappointing; dam Italian maiden, half-sister to 2m winner Quitit and Italian 1m2f/1m3f winner Trumspect. Market can guide as to expectations.

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(2)
29-5OR:

€105,000 Y; second foal; dam placed 1m2f, half-sister to 7f Group 2 2yo winner Cape Dollar from a great family. Interesting sort for yard known for two-year-old success so worth a check in the betting.

Non-Runners

4
(7)
Harlequin
29-5OR: -
T: L A DaceJ: R Havlin

Last Year's Winner

DRAWHORSEAWGTSP
12Mutawaffer29-25/4Full Result
T: C HillsJ: Jim Crowley

Betting

Forecast

Clan Royale (4/9), Buhturi (11/2), Wild Thunder (12/1), Subutai (14/1), Rain Cap (33/1), Activius (33/1), Swinley (50/1), Harlequin (SP)

Verdict

Not only does CLAN ROYALE have the considerable benefit of being the only one of these to have run but he also set a very solid standard with a good showing at Ascot where he finished second. It will take a smart newcomer to beat him here but several have nice pedigrees. Subutai in particular catches the eye in that respect given his most recent half-sibling was a Group Three winning two-year-old. Buhturi is from a good Shadwell family and could also make his presence felt.
  1. Clan Royale
  2. Subutai
  3. Buhturi
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