14:10 Nottingham Thu 13 June 2019
Dark Angel gelding who showed ability on both outings last term, finishing fifth on each occasion. Extra furlong helps, although he may stay further in time, and he is not out of it if ready after nearly a year on sidelines.
Well related 145,000 guineas Shamardal colt with plenty of classy performers peppering the dam's side. Bred to stay further and could develop into a fair performer. Tired in closing stages on debut but will know more about the game this time.
By star sire Dubawi out of dual 1000 Guineas winner Attraction making him a half-brother to last year's 2000 Guineas fourth Elarqam. Solid second of nine on debut at Beverley and has solid claims. Cost 1.35 million guineas as a yearling.
€75,000 gelded son of No Nay Never, didn't show a huge amount on debut at Windsor in April, starting slowly and trunning green throughout. Probably needs more time.
115,000 New Approach filly who belied 50/1 odds on debut in April when good second in Newbury maiden, then lost out by just half-a-length at Windsor last time when made favourite. Should win races and is respected.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Zain City||3||9-3||10/11||Full Result|
|T: M R ChannonJ: S De Sousa|
Ocean Paradise (1/1), Maydanny (11/10), Frontman (15/8), Molotov (20/1), Helian (25/1), Rock Boy Grey (25/1), Lady Navarra (50/1)
- Ocean Paradise
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