17:10 Thirsk Tue 18 June 2019
Daughter of Pivotal made a highly pleasing winning debut when running on strongly over 7f at Kempton (AW) in October. Stayed on well for second over a half furlong further in a strong Nottingham novice this month. Sets a very good standard.
Daughter of Lope De Vega with lots of stamina on her dam's side. Likely to need a stiffer test of stamina in time but worth a precautionary check in the market for these connections on debut.
Lope De Vega filly cost 155,000gns as a yearling. Half-sister to seven winners including Group Two winning sprinter Anjaal. Ran well for a long way on last month's Haydock debut and likely to see the trip out stronger with that experience.
Daughter of Intello out of the 7f-1m Listed winner Fantasize; half-sister to three winners including the Listed-placed Illusion. Ran green on this month's Ripon debut and will undoubtedly benefit for the run, however big improvement required.
Sea The Moon half-sister to five winners. Has run twice over 7f at this track when a fair fifth on sole start last year and running to a similar standard when third in a maiden last month over the same C&D. A reproduction would see her involved.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Sir Michael StouteJ: Kieran Shoemark|
Loolwah (7/4), Shaqwar (11/4), Lope Scholar (4/1), Incredulous (9/2), Casting Spells (7/1), Amber Star (10/1), Happy Face (10/1), Lady Amelia (16/1)
- Casting Spells
- Lope Scholar
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