14:10 Ripon Thu 20 June 2019
€27,000 yearling; green, but off to the perfect start when winning by a short-head on debut at Wetherby (5½f, good to firm) three weeks ago; there's every likelihood that this extra half furlong will suit, but does face different ground conditions.
Beaten 3L when finishing third on debut at Southwell (5f) in April; weakened quickly from the two furlong pole in a much stronger contest at Windsor the following month; still early days, albeit needs to bounce back.
Runner up (14/1) on debut at Beverley; unable to back that up on soft ground at Haydock (5f) when finishing fifth of seven to the promising Dubai Station.
€67,000 foal, £28,000 yearling; seventh foal; closely related to the 7f juvenile winner Mutafarrid; half-brother to two other winners; stablemate of the once-raced Silver Mission.
60,000gns yearling; raced keenly on debut at Carlisle (5f, good to firm) and was found wanting at the business end when finishing 3L fifth of 11 to Rayong (a form-line which ties in with Coastal Miss through Star Of St James); trainer saddles two.
Left the care of Jamie Osborne after finishing an unlucky in running third to Allhallowtide in a Beverley claimer (5f, good to soft) three weeks ago; steps back up to 6f on debut for Roger Fell.
25,000gns vendor yearling; fourth foal; half-brother to the 1m4f winner Flicker Flame; dam was unplaced over 7f as a juvenile; others are far more obvious candidates.
Society Rock filly (£6,000 juvenile); out-ran her 66/1 odds on debut when finishing 5L second to the subsequent Salisbury winner Praxeology over C&D (good) a fortnight ago; needs more.
Last Year's Winner
|T: G PeckhamJ: Jack Mitchell|
Al Aakif (13/8), Coastal Mist (7/4), Silver Mission (11/4), What A Business (7/1), Just Jean (7/1), Constitutional (17/2), National League (14/1), Kilig (20/1), William Alexander (50/1)
- Al Aakif
- Coastal Mist
- Silver Mission
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