16:45 Goodwood Thu 1 August 2019
Distorted Humor filly, half-sister to a juvenile dirt winner. Dam a half-sister to a Grade 3 winner. Suitable test for debut and the yard who often have their runners ready first-time out, won this race last year.
Gutaifan filly, cost €48,000 as a foal and €65,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to a winning juvenile. Dam also a juvenile winner and closely related to Group 1 winner at 1m4f. Interesting to see what the market makes of her.
Golden Horn filly, dam Listed placed and a half-sister to a US Grade 3 winner. Shaped with promise on debut at Newmarket and gave the impression she would improve for the run but may do better when tried over further.
Improved from debut to stay on for third at Lingfield last time in a nine-runner novice event. Extra furlong will help here but more needed and wide draw not ideal.
Dark Angel filly, half-sister to three winners and dam a Group 2 6f winner as a juvenile. Well bred sort and yard have a good strike-rate with debutantes; draw not ideal though.
Fastnet rock filly, cost €40,000 as a foal. Closely related to a juvenile winner over this trip. Half-sister to another juvenile winner and dam a sister to a Listed winner at 1m. Yard in good form and suitable test for debut.
Shaped with promise at a big price on her second start in a maiden and ran to a similar level when runner-up at Newmarket last time. Likely to need more against these rivals.
Nathaniel filly, cost 13,000 gns as a foal. Dam a 1m1f winner. Likely in need of further than this and draw is not ideal.
Camelot filly, cost 30,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to a 1m winner. Dam a 1m2f winner, placed in Group company and half-sister to a Listed winner over the same trip. Likely to want further.
Mayson filly, cost 6,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to a moderate winner and dam a maiden. Others make more appeal.
Fastnet Rock filly, closely related to a 5f winner and half-sister to another. Dam placed in Group company (5f) as a juvenile. Fascinating debutante with an interesting blend of speed and stamina in her pedigree.
Kodiac filly, cost 150,000 gns as a yearling. Closely related to disqualified Guineas winner and half-sister to four winners. Dam a winner at 1m4f and further. Interesting debutante if she has the speed for this test.
Galileo filly, full sister to four winners including dual Guineas winner Hermosa and dam a Group 2 winner. Beautifully bred and an interesting debutante, though yard's first time out contenders can need the run.
Golden Horn filly, closely related to a French Listed winner. Half-sister to four winners including a Group 3 winner. Dam won at 1m3½f. Showed plenty of promise on debut behind one with experience; can go well again.
Charm Spirit filly, dam a Listed winner and sister to a 1m1f Group 1 winner, half-sister to Group 2 winner at 1m2f. Shaped with plenty of promise on debut at Newbury where she met some trouble in running; should improve.
Last Year's Winner
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Craylands (11/4), Tulip Fields (11/4), Salsa (5/1), Al Dawodiya (11/1), Incognito (12/1), African Swift (14/1), Vividly (16/1), Ruby Power (16/1), Dontcallmejunior (16/1), Good Reason (20/1), Hold Fast (25/1), Phantom Bride (33/1), Moondance (33/1), Diva Rock (50/1), Isayalittleprayer (50/1), Lady Pendragon (66/1)
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