15:55 Haydock Fri 24 May 2019
Newcomer from the first crop of Derby/Arc winner Golden Horn for this yard; second foal; half-sister to 7f AW 2yo winner Ardiente; dam 5f 2yo winner (inc Listed). Merits maximum respect as representative from champion trainer.
Newcomer from the first crop of Derby/Arc winner Golden Horn an 80,000gns yearling daughter of a French Listed scorer effective from 1m-1m2½f. Champion jockey a signal of positive intent.
€3,500 yearling by Ivawood a half-sister to two winners including one at two. Others appeal more pedigree-wise so probably best watched.
60,000gns Oasis Dream filly made a promising enough start when third at Kempton last month and she should improve for an extra 2f. This race likely deeper than debut based on connections involved but experience an obvious bonus.
72,000gns yearling by prolific sire Camacho closely related to 7f-1m3f including 1m Group Three winner Djumama and half-sister to four more winners. Market can guide as to expectations here.
130,000gns yearling by ascending sire Siyouni the third foal out of a middle-distance maiden from a good family. May want further but yard well capable with two-year-olds so market support notable.
Holy Roman Emperor filly cost €19,000 as a yearling. Closely related to Listed winning two-year-old Washaar out of stoutly bred mare. Maybe one for further down the line.
650,000gns yearling by top-sire/world champion racehorse Sea The Stars. Half-sister to Awesometank (7f-1m inc at 2/Listed). From yard who do exceptionally well with two-year-olds ans merits huge respect.
150.000gns yearling by leading US sire Medaglia D'Oro out of a 7f-1m4f winner. Trainer's debutantes generally need the run but yard had a five-timer earlier this week so clearly from an in-form stable.
Last Year's Winner
Sacred Dance (10/11), Byzantia (3/1), Rhea (8/1), Perfect Rose (8/1), Zmile (12/1), Prestigious (20/1), Golden Lips (33/1), Roman's Empress (100/1), Laughter Lounge (100/1)
- Sacred Dance
- Perfect Rose
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