16:00 Lingfield Thu 23 May 2019
70,000 gns yearling by Acclamation built on promise of Newmarket debut third over a mile when a convincing all the way winner over this C&D at the beginning of this month. Sets a clear standard and likely very hard to beat.
Son of Quality Road cost £50,000 as a yearling increasing to €180,000 as a two-year-old. Stable in very good recent form and well worth a check in the market as a likely type on debut.
Son of Elusive Quality and a half brother to six winners. Showed pace but raced far too freely on AW debut in November. Likely improver for this yard with time but plenty more required to be involved.
Son of Speightstown well beaten on both AW starts in October and on return last month. Huge improvement required to be involved and remains best watched.
Gelded son of Exchange Rate cost 65,000 gns as a yearling. Didn't get a clear run when keeping on over this trip at Goodwood on debut. Looked likely to improve for the experience. Rates the main danger.
Daughter of Born To Sea representing a stable going well on debut. Cost 6,000gns as a yearling and on breeding is probably one to watch in what rates as a stiff first task.
Out of a very useful mare from the immediate family of Deacon Blues and The Tin Man. Some moderate improvement from first to second start last year but huge improvement needed on season and turf debut.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Crossing The Line||3||9-4||2/1||Full Result|
|T: A M BaldingJ: David Probert|
Mutaraffa (1/5), Aljari (8/1), Basilisk (8/1), Stormbomber (10/1), Baalbek (14/1), Confab (14/1), Ecstasea (33/1), So Claire (50/1)
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