18:15 Newmarket Fri 19 July 2019
Sea The Stars filly who was foaled on March 26 and cost €750,000 as a yearling. Her dam was a winner at 6f as a two-year-old and is a half-sister to Mujrayaat. Interesting newcomer.
Sepoy filly who was foaled on February 27 and cost 47,000 guineas as a yearling. Half-sister to Himself who won over 7f and Feel Glorious who was victorious up to 1m.
Galileo filly who was foaled on May 18. She is a half-sister to Nijoom Star, who won as a two-year-old over 1m, and Dark Wood who also scored over 1m.
Camelot filly who was foaled on April 25 and cost €500,000 as a yearling. Her dam was a 6f winner as a two-year-old and stayed up to 1m. She is a half-sister to Dorian Gray who won over 1m2f. Stands out a lot.
Golden Horn filly who was foaled on April 22. Her dam won over 6½f and is a half-sister to Monterosso who was very successful over 1m. Strong jockey booking. Look out for any strong market support on her debut.
Kingman filly who made a promising debut at Kempton (7f) on the AW earlier this month where she was denied by just a neck into second place in an eight runner field. She is entitled to improve from that run. Leading player.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J H M GosdenJ: R Havlin|
National Treasure (6/4), Wasaayef (7/4), Alpen Rose (11/2), Sea Of Marmoon (8/1), Itmusthavebeenlove (20/1), Egotistic (33/1)
- National Treasure
- Sea Of Marmoon
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