17:20 Thirsk Tue 11 June 2019
Make Believe colt, cost €40,000 as a foal and 38,000 gns as a yearling. Missed the break and never a factor on last month's Ripon debut and will need further in time. Remains best watched.
Son of Lethal Force and a first foal out of a 7f winner. Fetched 25,000 gns as a foal increasing to 32,000 gns as a yearling. Stable in very good form and among the juvenile winners. Worth a check in the market on debut.
Footstepsinthesand colt cost €30,000 as a foal and €27,000 as a yearling. A tenth foal and a half-brother to six winners. Represents a leading and in form trainer of juveniles on debut and a likely contender.
Casamento colt who cost £16,000 as a yearling and is a half-brother to three winners. Slowly away and despite greenness on last month's debut, he made some eye-catching late progress over 5f to finish third. Only likely to improve.
Son of Elusive Quality cost €13,000 as a yearling and a second foal. Plenty of stamina in pedigree and likely to improve over a fair bit further in time but worth a check in the market on debut for a leading stable.
Son of Music Master gelded ahead of this debut. Plenty of speed on dam's side who was a juvenile winner. Stable not noted at all for juvenile winners so likely one to watch for now.
Daughter of Havana Gold fetched £32,000 as a juvenile; second foal and a half-sister to Italian 7f juvenile winner Tanaya. Dam was a juvenile 6f winner and lots of speed in pedigree. Stable yet to have a two-year-old winner.
Society Rock colt was a £8,000 purchase as a juvenile; sixth foal; half-brother to four winners including German Listed winner Swift Approval. Stable not noted for juvenile winners so probably best watched on debut.
Lawman gelding out of an unraced dam. Refused to enter the stalls and withdrawn on last month's intended Redcar debut. Stable's runners improve with time so easy to overlook for now.
Daughter of Dragon Pulse cost €8,000 as a yearling. Stable amongst the winners but bred to need a fair bit further in time so others more likely on debut.
Last Year's Winner
Governor Of Punjab (6/4), Rich Belief (9/2), Castlehill Retreat (11/2), Rebel Redemption (8/1), Ardenlee Star (9/1), Pentewan (10/1), Kayewhykelly (14/1), Harry Love (18/1), Tiltilys Rock (66/1), Newsical (66/1)
- Castlehill Retreat
- Governor Of Punjab
- Rebel Redemption
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