18:20 Kempton Wed 3 July 2019
Big odds for both starts, and left debut effort well behind when a creditable third of 12 to Governor of Punjab in a 7f novice at Chelmsford last time. Runner-up has won since, and unwise to write her off at this level.
Full-sister to 1m-1m3f winner Eye Contact and smart 1m winner Grand Jete out of 1m Group 2 winner in France. Bred in the purple, and respected for all top yard has yet to hit top gear with its 2-y-o's.
Cable Bay half-sister to 1m winner Joe The Beau and 5f-7f winner Creative Genius. Yard yet to hit the target with juveniles this term, and others more appealing on paper.
Lope de Vega half-sister to 1m winner Jumira Prince and 1m½f-1½m winner Dr Richard Kimble, out of G1 Premio Lydia Tesio winner Aoife Alainn. Yard 11-24 with 2-y-o runners on AW this year, so this newcomer commands maximum respect.
3,000 gns half-sister to a couple of winners including the Italian 7½f-1m2f scorer Bohemian Symphony. Showed absolutely nothing on debut at Newmarket in May, and impossible to fancy on that evidence.
Daughter of Casamento who showed some ability on debut here in April despite finishing last, but went backwards when a well-held fifth of 6 at Bath next time, and makes little appeal now.
Kingman half-sister to 1¼m winner Whimbrel out of a winning half-sister to Irish 1000 Guineas winner Nightime. Cost 580,000 gns as a yearling, and is a stablemate of Cressida, so market is sure to be revealing.
By Dutch Art out of a middle-distance Fibresand winner. Better effort to date when second of 9 to Picture Frame in a 7f novice at Newbury last time. Should do better again.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Look Around||2||9-0||11/4||Full Result|
|T: A M BaldingJ: David Probert|
Willa (2/1), Dramatista (11/4), Wasaayef (3/1), Cressida (9/2), Banmi (14/1), Divine Connection (16/1), Ride And Prejudice (125/1), Lily Bonnette (125/1)
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