13:50 Goodwood Fri 24 May 2019
Son of Zebedee with speed in pedigree, he built on his debut promise on the turf at Windsor to score on the AW at Chelmsford in April over 5f, racing prominently. Since unable to last home at Brighton (5½f, good to firm; 6-1) under forceful rude.
Equiano colt cost 24,000 gns yearling, half-brother to 5f winner La Sylphe. Third in all three starts over 5//5½f so far, twice racing on quick ground on turf. Beaten favourite last twice, blinkers are added here.
12,000 gns yearling, Dream Ahead colt. Dam winner up to 1m (two-year-old 7f winner). Yard enjoying a fruitful spell, 5-16 lately, and worth noting on first start.
Cable Bay colt cost 21,000 gns as a yearling. Dam a two-year-old 6f winner. Another likely sort on paper and market likely to reveal plenty.
Son of Holy Roman Emperor cost €20,000 as a foal and £22,000 as a yearling. Well held on this month's first start at Salisbury (5f, good to firm; 25-1) and must take a sizeable step up on that effort to feature.
Gutaifan colt, cost €20,000 as a yearling. Dam placed over further as a juvenile. Last of four (beaten 15½L) on debut in a Newmarket maiden (5f, good; 22-1) 19 days ago, leaving plenty to work on here.
Roderic O'connor filly. Half-sister to 7f winner Josepenko. Dam, 5f winner, half-sister to winner up to 6f Intrepid Jack and 7f-1m winner Fervent Prince. Needs a look, though perhaps others are flashier on debut.
Unraced Tamayuz filly bought for 10,000 gns at the sales last year. Half-sister to a couple of winning sprinters. Never going the pace on debut at Windsor (5f, good; 66-1) last month and watching brief for now.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Miss Amy MurphyJ: G Mosse|
Audio (5/4), Dream Shot (7/2), Spanish Angel (9/2), Flash Henry (13/2), Treaty Of Dingle (7/1), Copacabana Dancer (20/1), Secret Cecil (40/1), Twice As Likely (80/1)
- Dream Shot
- Copacabana Dancer
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