14:30 Royal Ascot Wed 19 June 2019
Siyouni filly who cost £450,000 as a Breeze-up purchase. Looked very green when only narrowly denied at Nottingham on debut. More needed here but not one to put a line through.
Second in a maiden at Tipperary but has struggled twice at Pattern level already and this is tougher again. Others preferred.
Fast Anna filly, cost $470,000 as a two-year-old. Bolted up on debut at Keeneland but would appear down the order on jockey bookings here and she's bred for dirt, so the ground could well be an issue.
Sir Prancealot filly, cost £60,000 as a Breeze-up purchase. Speedily bred. Winner on debut at Bath and front two pulled clear but that doesn't look like strong form and the runner-up didn't do the form any favours at Brighton subsequently.
Cost £150,000 at the sales on Monday. Won two of her first three in France, proven with cut in the ground and yard have enjoyed success at this meeting. Not one to underestimate with experience on her side.
Didn't see another rival when making all in good style at the Curragh last time out and has steadily improved with each start. Seemingly has a lot of speed so a stiff 5f on what could be soft ground might not be ideal.
Kingman filly who cost 850,000 gns as a Breeze-up puchase. Half-sister to a talented sprinter. Looked green on debut but got the hang of things late on and the third has come out and won since. Looks sure to progress and in good hands.
Dark Angel filly related to some very talented sprinters and dam placed in French 1,000 Guineas. Bolted up over C&D (soft) on debut and the third has given the form some substance by winning impressively next time. Live contender.
Hot Streak filly, cost £60,000 as a Breeze-up purchase. Dam placed over sprint trips and was a half-sister to Group performers. Professional performance when winning on debut (Al Raya second) but needs sizable improvement to mix it here.
Shaped with plenty of promise on debut at Nottingham and has gone on from that, justifying favouritism at Chepstow before a Listed win at Sandown last time. Could do even better if she settles better and still showed signs of greenness.
Unbeaten in her two starts to date, improving from her maiden success to win a Listed race at the Curragh last month. Will do even better over a bit further than this but not one to rule out, particularly if the rain arrives.
Cable Bay filly who won at Down Royal on debut but fair to assume that form is nothing special with those in behind failing to win since and others look more likely.
Munnings filly, cost $152,000 as a yearling. Demolished five runner field at Keeneland on debut (dirt). Pedigree doesn't suggest turf will be ideal but not one to rule out given both the way she won on debut and her trainer's record at this meeting.
Unbeaten in her two starts, winning a 14 runner novice event at Windsor on debut before justifying favouritism at Chelmsford next time. Will need more here but stiff nature of the track will suit and yard flying with their juveniles.
Won her first two starts, showing a good attitude to win at Redcar on debut before winning well at Beverley last week. Different conditions likely here but hard to knock her for what she's done so far and yard won this last year.
Ran well enough on debut and yard's first-time out runners often need benefit plenty from the run so likely she'll do better here. Drop back in trip is the main concern.
Plenty of credit in her debut run and confirmed the promise of that with a good second in Listed company behind Good Vibes last time out. Could go well if she can take another step forward; ground an unknown though.
Muhaarar filly, half-sister to 2012's winner of this race for the same yard. Ran okay on debut at Sandown when getting the hang of things late on. Not one to underestimate given her pedigree and yard do well with sprinters.
Zoffany filly, cost €150,000 as a yearling. Finished second on both her starts so far; probably wants a bit further than this to be seen at her best though.
Slade Power filly who took a big step forward from a promising debut when bolting up at Chester (6f). Drop in trip a slight concern but stiff nature of this track will help and she's well bred.
No Nay Never filly, cost £42,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to six winners. Dam a Listed winner (7f) and sister to a Guineas winner. Plenty to like about her debut at Kempton when showing a decent turn of foot. Down in trip but respected.
Went very close on debut and won well when long odds on at Navan last time. More to prove now dropped another ½f in trip and in much deeper company and no surprise to see all her other entries are over 6f.
Dubawi filly. Justified short priced favouritism on debut and did it in good style, barely coming off the bridle. Open to improvement and the stiff nature of this track shouldn't be an issue, despite showing speed on debut.
Ultimately well beaten in two starts over 6f and didn't settle last time at Kempton. Drop back in trip may help in that respect but has plenty to find on form and likely outsider here.
Runner-up in what looked an ordinary maiden at Carlisle on debut. Lots more needed in this contest and hard to make a case for on all known form.
Last Year's Winner
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Final Song (6/1), Kimari (13/2), Divine Spirit (13/2), Theory Of Time (7/1), Good Vibes (7/1), Tango (9/1), Ickworth (11/1), Al Raya (14/1), Lambeth Walk (14/1), Liberty Beach (16/1), Anna's Fast (16/1), Raffle Prize (18/1), Mighty Spirit (20/1), Flippa The Strippa (20/1), Love Bracelet (25/1), Daughter In Law (25/1), Kemble (25/1), Flaming Princess (33/1), Multiply By Eight (33/1), Partridge (33/1), Brand New Day (33/1), Shadn (40/1), Isabeau (40/1), American Lady (50/1), Emten (50/1), Applecross (66/1), Too Shy Shy (100/1), Ventura Flame (100/1)
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