14:30 Newbury Thu 13 June 2019
90,000 gns yearling; a half-sister to a 6f-7f winner in Greece; her dam was placed in a Listed race but also managed a win over 1m2f. Worth noting in the betting.
Well held in both previous starts and has a long way to go to justify her 50,000 gns purchase price. Will do betting in handicaps over a longer trip.
€67,000 yearling, was never competitive here on debut last summer and needs to have improved out of all recognition since last seen. Didn't act on the ground that day so the different conditions might be a help though.
Half-sister to four winners including the class Al Kazeem and decent handicapper Makzeem. Worth noting in the betting but might possibly be better suited by going over middle distances before too long.
Dubawi filly out of a Footstepsinthesand mare; the filly is a half-sister to Klassique, a 1m4f Group 3 winner at Haydock in her day. Her dam won over this trip though. Merits a betting check even though her yard is quiet just now.
Finished just over 7l behind a potentially useful rival - who has since been placed in a Listed at York - on debut but in turn clear of the rest. Should be wiser for the run and will be a player if she can up the ante in this company.
Yard won a division of this race last year this daughter of Sea The Stars is respected despite failing to live up to expectations at Windsor last month. She has valuable course experience and will be a threat if running to the form of her debut.
A half-sister to three winners and showed some ability on debut at Goodwood last month. More now required but the john Gosden team have a good handle on the worth of the form of her debut run. The betting can guide.
Last Year's Winner
Qamka (6/4), To The Moon (9/4), Narak (8/1), Beauty Of Deira (11/1), Kingslady (12/1), Forbidden Dance (16/1), Wild Cat (16/1), Pearl Jam (16/1), Galileo Jade (20/1), Eventura (50/1), Your Thoughts (50/1)
- Beauty Of Deira
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