14:00 Newbury Thu 13 June 2019
180,000 yearling that made a satisfactory debut over C&D last month; the form of that race has already been franked by one winner but is yet to really come under scrutiny. Needs to be sharper from the stalls but he's open to stacks of improvement.
38,000 gns yearling; half-brother to five winners, all of whom were effective over this sort of trip and slightly further. Yard going well and worth a betting check.
40,000 gns yearling; has plenty of winners in his bloodlines and should have no issues with the trip. Might just be better for the experience though.
A Casemento colt out of a Seeking The Gold mare who is a half-sister to Dubai Millennium, he's also a half-brother to four winners, so ticks plenty of the right boxes on paper. Support in the betting will be highly interesting.
£48,000 yearling out of a 6f and 7f winner that is a half-sister to Listed winners Freedoms Light, Face The Facts, and Oh Beautiful; all of whom won over further than this. Sure to be placed to good effect once connections get a handle on his speed.
Struggled to attract interest at the sales and was well beaten on debut at Windsor (6f, good to firm) at the start of this month. Improvement needed.
150,000 gns yearling out of a Listed placed dam by Dalakhani; Yard is noted for its patient approach with horses that race in these colours (also carried by Baadirr) and this fellow looks another long term prospect. The betting can guide.
A half-brother to a couple of winners, both of whom were more effective on the AW than turf. His dam also won on an artificial surface (7f, Wolverhampton) as a two-year-old. Others make more appeal in this company.
38,000 gns yearling that is a half-brother to a couple of decent handicappers. The trip should be fine but the form of his stable has to be a concern at the present time.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M MeadeJ: Callum Shepherd|
Baadirr (15/8), Mottrib (4/1), Gold Souk (4/1), Wren (8/1), Bealach (9/1), Rocket Dancer (11/1), King's View (12/1), Swinley Forest (20/1), Glorious Return (20/1), Made Guy (100/1)
- Gold Souk
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