16:10 Newmarket Fri 12 July 2019
Siyouni colt, cost 200,000 gns as a yearling. Dam an AW winner and related to two Group 3 winners at 1m. Yard have a fine recent record in this, winning three of the last eight renewals and this colt rates as a fascinating contender.
Dubawi colt, cost 1,100,000 gns as yearling. Half-brother to this year's Dante winner, Telecaster and dam a juvenile winner who went on to finish second in the Oaks. Yard can ready them first up and have a fine record at this venue; leading claims.
Starspangledbanner colt, cost £70,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to a juvenile winner and dam a juvenile winner at around this trip. Yard's debutantes often in need of the experience but one to watch in the market nonetheless.
Mastercraftsman colt, cost €45,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to a middle distance winner. Dam a winner and half-sister to a US Grade 3 winner. Trainer capable of readying one first up but this recruit may need a bit further.
Raven's Pass colt, cost 60,000 gns as a yearling. Brother to a Listed juvenile winner. Half-brother to three more winners and dam a Listed winner. This looks a suitable test and he rates as a fascinating debutante.
Oasis Dream colt, cost 200,000 gns as a yearling. Half-brother to a 2,000 Guineas winner and dam a half-sister to Group 1 winning sprinter Goldream. Beautifully bred and worth a market check.
New Approach colt, dam a 6f juvenile winner. Suitable test for his debut and trainer enjoying a fine season. The yard are capable of getting them ready first up and worth a market check.
Galileo colt, brother to an Irish Oaks winner. Half-brother to three winners including a Group 1 winner as a juvenile. Produced a nice debut behind stablemate at the Curragh and yard's debutantes often come on markedly for the run; leading claims.
Exceed And Excel colt, dam a 1m winner and closely related to a US Grade 1 winner at 1m2f. Half-brother to a Group 3 winner. Showed promise on debut and good second over C&D last time but likely more needed here. Entered in a Group 1.
New Approach colt, cost 65,000 gns as a foal and 100,000 gns as a yearling. Half-brother to two juvenile winners including a Listed winner. Dam a half-sister to UAE Oaks winner. Yard do well with their juveniles and he should appreciate this test.
Make Believe colt, half-brother to two winners including a Listed winner. Dam a 1m4f winner and sister to a Listed winner. Beautifully bred and entered in a Group 1 in September. Fascinating runner.
Kingman colt, half-brother to several juvenile winners at around this trip. Dam a Listed winner as a juvenile. Yard do well with their debutantes and this well bred sort is first-string on jockey bookings; should go well.
Outstrip colt, cost 11,000 gns as a yearling. Half-brother to five winners including two-year-old winners and four at this sort of trip. Others make more appeal on pedigree.,
Zoffany colt, half-brother to two 1m winners. Dam a Listed winner and half-sister to a 5f winner. Suitable test for debut and interesting to see what the market makes of him.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Al Hilalee||2||9-0||7/1||Full Result|
|T: C ApplebyJ: James Doyle|
Kipling (7/4), Al Suhail (10/3), Tsar (13/2), Al Madhar (8/1), Mass Media (9/1), First Receiver (14/1), Celtic Art (20/1), Eshaasy (22/1), Dulas (33/1), Tammani (33/1), Wild Hero (33/1), Stepney Causeway (50/1), Anglo Saxson (50/1), Union Spirit (66/1)
- Al Suhail
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