14:45 Doncaster Sun 16 June 2019
Lord of England filly who was foaled on February 24. Half-sister to 1m winner Angelina d'Or. Yard won this race last year so keep an eye for any market support here.
Outran her odds of 40/1 when third of nine at Haydock (6f) last time on what was the third start of her career. She was staying on strongly on her last start to suggest the step up 7f will help. One to watch.
Galileo filly who was a 220,000 guineas yearling. Her dam was a maiden but a half-sister to Tha'ir who won up to 1m3f. Market vibes are strong. One to consider from strong yard.
650,000 guineas yearling. Was fancied to make a winning start when third of nine at Haydock (7f) last month as she went off as the odds-on favourite at 10/11. It wasn't a bad debut and she should build upon that. The one to beat.
Golden Horn filly who was foaled on April 3. Her dam is a half-sister to Dominant who won at distances up to 1m4f. Interesting debutant. Look out for any market confidence.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Aussie View||2||9-0||5/2||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: W Buick|
Sacred Dance (1/2), Lola Paige (4/1), Topkapi Star (9/1), Irish Eileen (10/1), Golden Times (16/1)
- Sacred Dance
- Lola Paige
- Topkapi Star
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