14:00 Newmarket Sat 10 August 2019
One of two representing last year's winning yard. 65,000 guineas Kodiac yearling out of Group 1 Cheveley Park stakes winner Carry On Katie. Looks the part on paper but appears in-form stable's second-string on jockey bookings.
Debut for Swiss Spirit filly, half-sister to modest AW 6f winner. Doesn't jump off the page on breeding and will probably benefit from this initial racecourse experience.
Roderic O'Connor filly out of an unraced dam who is related to a couple of decent winners. Yard 2-15 with their juveniles this season but this looks a tough task on racecourse bow.
Dark Angel filly cost 480,000 guineas as a yearling. Full sister to Group 2 winner Birchwood. Represents last year's winning trainer-jockey combination and appears stable first string. Holds no fancy entries but may be ready at first time of asking.
60,000 guineas daughter of Siyouni, half-sister to three winners. Dam scored at 1m2f. Yard not known for debut juvenile winner so others are preferred at this stage.
Sales price jumped from 26,000 euros as a foal to 120,000 guineas as a yearling so must look the part. By Nathaniel out of dam who won at 7f-1m as a juvenile. Yard enjoying a fine spell and interesting to see if she attracts market support.
Nicely bred Sharmardal filly, out of 1m French winner who also placed at Group level. Yard (28% juvenile course winners) well capable of readying one first time out. Fitted with a hood for debut. Owner also represented by Leafhopper.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J H M GosdenJ: R Havlin|
Thread Of Silver (1/1), Leafhopper (9/4), My Poem (4/1), Thanielle (6/1), Call Me Katie (8/1), Princess Siyouni (25/1), Fair Sabra (33/1), Fluttershy (33/1)
- Thread Of Silver
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