14:15 Newbury Tue 6 August 2019
Well bred. Sister to multiple winners, including smart two-year-olds Showcasing and Tendu and 6f winner Bouvardia. Interesting debutante who is worth a betting check.
Kyllachy filly out of a dam who won between 5f and 6f. Couldn't defy market support when folding tamely to finish 15L ninth in 5f Windsor maiden. Newcomers make more appeal in this.
Dutch Art filly who is the first progeny out of a mare who won over 6f. From a family that has produced multiple group winner Penitent and smart two-year-old Supplicant. Merits a betting check.
Failed to build on promising debut when finishing 7L eighth 6f Thirsk novice contest after blowing her chances at the start. Step up required to be competitive and looks to be stable's second choice on jockey bookings.
Nicely bred filly. Sister to 1m US Grade Two winner Digital Age out of a dam who is a half-sister to smart juvenile Cursory Glance. A lot to like from a powerful stable and needs a close look.
Unfancied on debut when finshing eighth of nine at Newmarket (6f, good to firm) in July. Entitled to improve for that effort but this looks a hot maiden and could be vulnerable to a newcomer.
£26,000 yearling purchase. Dam failed to win on the racetrack but is a half-sister to 1m2f winner Bob's Girl. Pedigree suggests she is more of a long-term prospect.
Well supported in the market on debut and showed signs of promise when finishing a staying-on fourth in 6f Lingfield novice contest. Form of that race has been franked and has the scope to improve. Good young jockey on board too.
€80,000 purchase as a yearling. Dam was a winner over 1m and pedigree suggests that she will be better over further. Best watched on debut.
Wasn't disgraced in the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot on her penultimate start but failed to fire when 7L fifth in Lingfield novice last time. Claims if replicating Ascot run but has a bit to prove now.
€17,500 purchase as a foal. Out of an unraced mare whose progeny has failed to fire on the track so far. Pedigree suggests she will need time and distance.
Made an encouraging start to her racing career when finishing a strong fourth in 6f Kempton maiden last month. Stiffer 6f should suit well and is open to progression for a yard hitting form. Solid claims.
20,000gns foal out of a stallion whose first crop have thrived on the track this year. Dam was a 7f winner and is a half-sister to the high-class Canford Cliffs. Notable if there is market support.
Invincible Spirit filly who showed some promise when seventh of 13 in C&D maiden on debut. Shaped as if she needs further so this trip may be on the sharp side again.
€80,000 euros purchase. Sire was a champion two-year-old and out of a 6f/7f winner in Germany. Lowther Stakes entry suggests she is held in high regard by powerful connections. Commands respect.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Magnetic Charm||2||9-0||10/11||Full Result|
|T: W J HaggasJ: James Doyle|
Predictable Tully (4/1), Areehaa (5/1), Multiply By Eight (11/2), Wejdan (13/2), Sorteo (7/1), Charming Spirit (11/1), Arabian Dream (14/1), Gypsy Whisper (16/1), Catechism (16/1), Gleeds Girl (20/1), Queen of Clubs (20/1), Final Option (25/1), Populaire (40/1), Farewell Kiss (40/1), Lady Lynetta (50/1), Cece Ceylon (50/1), Bockos Amber (66/1), Lethal Sensation (66/1)
- Predictable Tully
- Queen of Clubs
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