16:40 Beverley Wed 29 May 2019
Gelded son of Kodiac that fetched 100,000 gns as a yearling and sets the standard on his debut second on the AW at Lingfield in November. Very disappointing a month later at Wolverhampton when never settling. Could easily bounce back on turf debut.
Impeccably-bred son of Dubawi out of Attraction cost 1,350,000 gns as a yearling and a half-brother to seven winners, most notably Elarqam and Fountain Of Youth. Rates an enormous prospect on paper ahead of this racecourse debut.
€27,000 foal, £75,000 yearling; ninth foal; brother to the 5f-6f winner The Daley Express. Built on promise of debut fourth when third at Thirsk over a mile, shaping as though a return to this trip should suit. Rates a likely challenger.
Gelded son of Intense Focus who cost €2,000 as a foal and went unsold at £3,800 as a yearling. No impact in two Redcar runs last season, hard to make case for.
Charm Spirit filly whose sales price rose to £50,000 as a juvenile. Twice raced over 7f at Kempton (AW), building on promise of debut for a staying on fifth in March. May need further in time but likely to keep on improving and prove competitive.
Intello filly has been sent off 100/1 and finished tailed-off in last in both AW starts this year. Impossible to make a case for on turf debut.
Daughter of Morpheus with plenty of stamina on her dam's side. Stable quiet so far this season and this looks a tough ask on debut. Likely best watched.
Daughter of Coach House, a cheap purchase at £2,200 as a yearling and a half-sister to a couple of winners. Stable has had just one Flat winner this season and looks best watched on debut.
Assertive filly; second foal out of a 1m4f-2m winner. Tried over 1m2f at Doncaster on March debut and was always out the back and finished completely tailed off. Stable quiet and this looks another tough ask.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Rebecca BastimanJ: D Tudhope|
Noble Prospector (6/4), Kodiac Pride (9/4), Maydanny (5/2), Assembled (4/1), Canasta (7/1), Lady Sebastian (50/1), Rodney After Dave (80/1), Fabulous View (100/1), Olivia On Green (100/1), Nouvelli Solo (100/1)
- Kodiac Pride
- Noble Prospector
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