18:55 Epsom Downs Thu 1 August 2019
92,000 gns yearling; ninth foal; half-brother to five winners in Italy including Romantic Wave (1m1f-1m4f) and Reset In Blue (1m-1m2f Listed). 20/1 and always behind on last month's debut and best watched for now.
87,000 gns purchase as a yearling out of a Group 3-winning mare over 1m. Half-brother to multiple winners including Jammy Guest and Haddajah. Beaten over 1f out over 6f on debut and plenty of improvement required.
Son of Rajsaman out of an unraced mare.; third foal and a half brother to 7f juvenile winner Zoraya. Cheap purchase at €3,000 as a yearling and likely to need much further in time. Others preferred on debut.
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. Newmarket second on his second start sets the standard but below that last time. Cheekpieces added.
Zoffany colt, half-brother to two 1m winners. Dam a Listed winner and half-sister to a 5f winner. 33/1 when a fair bit went wrong on his Newmarket debut. Could improve for the run but would need to.
Daughter of Elusive Quality and a first foal to an unraced sister to US dirt Grade 1 winner Questing. Raced freely to post and looked in need of the run when a promising enough third on debut. Stable has won both renewals of this race.
Last Year's Winner
|4||Royal Big Night||2||9-2||11/4||Full Result|
|T: M JohnstonJ: F Norton|
Mass Media (7/4), Magic Twist (5/2), Wild Hero (11/4), Inca Man (12/1), Glorious Zoff (12/1), Bodyline (16/1)
- Magic Twist
- Mass Media
- Wild Hero
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