16:45 Newmarket Fri 11 October 2019
€475,000 yearling by Australia. Dam only ran once but she is a half-sister to two-time winner Saracen Knight. Worth a betting check on debut.
Cost 58,000 gns as a foal. Dam was unraced on the track but related to classy sprinter Ahlan Emarati. Jockey booking notable but yard not known for juvenile winners.
Invincible Spirit filly. Dam was a winner over 1m4f and half-sister to 2m winner Whispering Gallery and 1m2f winner Eavesdropper. Respected but expected to be better over further.
Costly $1.2million purchase by American Pharaoh. Kept on same pace and ran modestly on debut at Naas (6f, good) last month. Wasn't knocked about and yard's tend to come on for debut effort. May well do better this time.
Helmet filly. Dam was unraced but is a half-sister to 1m1f winner Gender Agenda. Wears a hood for debut though which could be off-putting.
Daughter of Oasis Dream who offered very little and was always towards the rear when 11th in 6f Yarmouth contest on racecourse debut. Up against it here.
Deep Impact filly. Dam was a winner up to 1m4f and stayed further too. Half-sister to 1m2f Elle Shadow. May need further in time but yard can ready one for debut.
Well beaten on debut and offered little improvement when sixth in weak-looking Lingfield novice (7f) last month. Hood now added but readily opposed.
Night Of Thunder filly. Half-Sister to 1m2f winner Banditry and 1m winner Gaurdiola. Dam won over 1m as a juvenile so market support will be notable.
Iffraaj filly. Sister to useful sprinter Umneyati and juvenile winners Ragtime Dancer and Tonkinese. Has a winning pedigree but yard rarely have juvenile winners.
Posted a poor debut effort but left that behind when third in minor 7f event at Lingfield last month. More needed on that evidence but improvement is not out of the equation.
£66,000 yearling by Kodiac. Full sister to 1m winner Naifah and half sister to 1m scorer Zeebullet. Dam unraced but half-sister to Sri Putra. Not the most fancied of the trainer's trio on jockey bookings.
300,000 gns yearling by Gleneagles. Half-sister to precocious juvenile Lilbourne Lad and dam won over 1m1f. Likeable pedigree but may be more of a long-term prospect.
Invincible filly out of a juvenile-winning dam. Closely related to a host of smart performers, including 7f winners Duneflower and Flaming Spear. One of interest on debut.
Cheap purchase as a foal and was never able to land a telling blow when outpaced fifth in minor Lingfield contest on debut last month. Very hard to fancy.
Le Havre filly. Dam was a winner over 1m4f in France and half-sister to smart 1m winner Veda. Hails from an excellent family and notable if there is market support.
Last Year's Winner
|T: R VarianJ: David Egan|
Waliyak (5/2), Spring Of Love (5/1), Beauty Stone (13/2), Dramatica (13/2), Elfin Queen (7/1), Make It Rain (8/1), Katara (17/2), Echo's Love (12/1), Rhyme Scheme (25/1), Oksana Astankova (25/1), Sparkling Olly (33/1), Fryerns (50/1), Ragtime Sally (66/1), Greek Oasis (66/1), Summer Valley (66/1), Lovers' Gait (66/1), Some Picture (66/1)
- Spring Of Love
- Elfin Queen
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