14:50 Yarmouth Thu 8 August 2019
Yard 11-38 with their 2yo's this year (4-23 on debut) which makes this son of Lope De Vega of interest. Dam 1½m winner out of 1¼m/1m3f winner Kareemah; bred to be suited a greater test of stamina, one to watch in the market.
Second run for one who is bred to be speedy (450,000 guineas yearling); ran to a fair level on his debut at Ascot (showed some quirks at the start). Looked to need the experience over 6f, form not as yet tested, will know more here.
From a yard in good form but not exactly known for winning debutant juveniles (1-7 this year). Son of Kyllachy already gelded for his debut; dam Listed-placed 1m-1m2f winner, market may well provide the best guide to his chance.
Yard not noted for their juvenile prowess but this one may be of interest for nurseries after this third run having stepped forward on his second start over 7f on the AW. Now back to his debut trip of 6f (and gelded); objective to gain a mark.
Newcomer from a yard that's really firing at the moment (50 2yo winners already; 8-61 first-time out). Half-brother to several winners including very smart Bow Creek (7f 2yo winner); hard to rule out of calculations, should go close on debut.
Hooded for his debut this half-brother to five winners cost €16,000 as a yearling. Yard just 2-46 with 2yo's this year (1-17 with newcomers); given those figures this son of Bungle Inthejungle is best watched for his first effort.
Newcomer from a yard that aren't known for their 2yo strength or first-time out winners (1-41 since 2014 with 2yo newcomers). Sister to 7f winner Semai and smart winner up to 7.6f Mix And Mingle; of interest further down the line.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Marhaba Milliar||2||9-8||11/10||Full Result|
|T: J H M GosdenJ: R Havlin|
Mr Kiki (4/6), Al Muthanna (9/4), Robert Guiscard (8/1), Ascension (8/1), Double Or Bubble (18/1), Tyler Durden (25/1), Order Of Merritt (33/1), Moment Of Peace (50/1), Red Jasper (100/1)
- Robert Guiscard
- Al Muthanna
- Mr Kiki
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