18:20 Newmarket Fri 16 August 2019
Goodwood debut winner found Group Two Superlative Stakes latest a bridge too far at this early stage but this Champagne Stakes entry should be more at home here and is highly respected despite the 6lb penalty.
Gleneagles newcomer cost €90,000 as a yearling and her two elder siblings are both winners over middle distances. Trainer 1-29 with two-year-olds this season so best watched.
Colt by super-sire Dubawi the first foal from a well related Listed winning dam effective at up to 1m. Hails from arguably the best yard in the country where two-year-olds are concerned so highly respected and sure to know the job on debut.
Newcomer by Dubawi the first foal out of a Listed-placed 10.5f AW winner from a good middle distance family. Hails from the champion trainer's yard which won this race a year ago so merits maximum respect on debut.
Newcomer from the first crop of Derby/Arc winner Golden Horn is a half-brother to three winners from 1m1f to 1m4f. Yard know the time of day where two-year-olds are concerned and respect level would be raised if market vibes strong.
32,000gns yearling is the second foal; from a well related Listed-placed 1m1f/1m2f winner. Yard well renowned for taking time with two-year-olds so in the best watched list here.
Dark Angel colt, cost €250,000 as a yearling. Dam a juvenile winner over 7f and half-sister to Group 3 winner. Very green and outpaced on debut at Salisbury in June but been gelded since. Should do a great deal better but best watched.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J H M GosdenJ: R Havlin|
Discovery Island (5/2), Wild Thunder (5/2), Diyari (9/2), Sound Of Cannons (5/1), Shandoz (15/2), Caledonian Crusade (12/1), Blue Skyline (12/1), Today Power (25/1)
- Wild Thunder
- Discovery Island
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