19:50 Thirsk Tue 11 June 2019
Won at Redcar on his sole start as a juvenile but a touch below that on last month's reappearance when struggling to get involved. Needs to step up on that but easier ground may suit.
Showed speed and ability over 7f here on debut last year but following over a year off she was beaten quickly at Redcar last month. Stable in form but improvement needed.
Daughter of Foxwedge has plenty of speed on dam's side. Probably best watched on belated debut but worth noting stable does particularly well with four-year-olds.
Gelded son of Champs Elysees fetched 14,000 gns as a foal and €68,000 as a yearling. Stable in form and left debut behind when fourth at Carlisle last month, however plenty more needed.
15,000 gns purchase out of an unraced sister to Italian 1m2f Group 1 winner Quetena and smart 1m winner Sharja Bridge. Tailed off on May's Carlise debut and best watched for now.
Son of War Command gelded ahead of debut. Bred to be effective at this distance and stable among the winners so worth a precautionary check in the betting.
Daughter of Footstepsinthesand cost €50,000 as a yearling; a half-sister to winners Masteroftherolls and Wyldfire. Never settled and hung on last year's York debut and unseen since. Market support would be interesting but otherwise best watched.
Australia filly out of an unraced mare who is a half-sister to Toronado. Originally cost 75,000 gns as a yearling but changed hands last autumn for 8,000 gns. Struggled to get involved on last month's debut and others preferred.
Daughter of Piccolo and a third foal; half-sister to 6f winner Questo. Stable has had just two Flat winners this season and likely best watched on debut.
Daughter of Doncaster Rover out of a Kyllachy mare who was a winner as a juvenile. Stable doesn't have many Flat runners and this looks a tough task on debut.
Lethal Force filly out of a 1m-1m2f winning dam. Well held third on last year's Newmarket debut but improved significantly when a much closer third at Beverley on reappearance. Extra half furlong should only help and rates the one to beat.
Last Year's Winner
|T: S CrisfordJ: S De Sousa|
Pamper (5/6), Ambersand (6/1), International Guy (7/1), Greek Hero (10/1), Myrmidons (10/1), At Peace (14/1), Ningaloo (14/1), Bea Ryan (18/1), Spiritual Command (20/1), Philip's Wish (50/1), Foxy Eloise (66/1), Graciarose (80/1), Little Miss Muffin (100/1)
- International Guy
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