14:15 Yarmouth Tue 30 July 2019
Havana Gold gelding, sported hood (retained) when making a winning start on the AW at Wolverhampton over this trip 13 days ago. Should have plenty more to offer and major player despite conceding the weight.
Requinto gelding is a half-brother to three winners, including winner up to 1m2f Fata Romana and 7f winner Darasal Wane. Market will reveal more on first start, though others more likely.
Sepoy colt, defied market expectations when second of 10 in minor event at Wolverhampton (6f, AW; 100-1) on debut 15 days ago; likely improver now and on the shortlist.
Sir Prancealot filly, 50-1 chance on debut at Newmarket recently over 7f on quick ground and ran accordingly. Hard to make case for here.
Dandy Man filly, half-sister to 6f winner Renounce. Trainer doesn't tend to have many two-year-old winners (6-99) and likely best watched for now.
Daughter of Swiss Spirit, a third foal and a half-sister to Grade 3 winner Simply Breathless. Unspectacular debut on the AW at Wolverhampton this month, should be doing better things before long.
Hot Streak filly with winners in pedigree, easily fended off in Newmarket 6f contest on debut in May having gone off a 50-1 poke. Has plenty to work on.
Sayif filly, plenty speed on breeding, yard aren't noted for sending out first-time winners. Can only be watched unless market vibes are significant.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Mohamed MoubarakJ: R Havlin|
Hariboux (4/6), Commit No Nuisance (3/1), Lilkian (7/2), Grace Note (4/1), Hot Date (12/1), Koovers (14/1), Magnificia (20/1), Paisley's Promise (50/1), Ikigai (66/1)
- Commit No Nuisance
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