14:25 Doncaster Fri 25 October 2019
Dubawi homebred. Dam won the 2013 Ascot Gold Cup and thrived over extreme staying distances with age. Full-brother to up-and-coming three-time winner Calculation (1m6f). One who'll likely need them trips in time.
By German Derby winner Sea The Moon. Dam was nothing special on the track but did manage to win twice (1m2f-1m4f). First progeny and likely to do better over further.
Golden Horn filly out of a 1m winning mare. Related to a host of smart performers, including half-brother to 1m4f Group 3-winner Namibian. Merits a betting check on debut.
Invincible Spirit filly. Didn't look overly impressive on debut and ran no sort of race when 12th at Newmarket (7f) earlier this month. Entitled to come on for that effort and represents a powerful yard.
Showcasing filly. Weak in the market on debut and ran to those expectations when 7L 10th of 11 at Newcastle (6f) last month. Step up in trip may help but concerns on that effort.
Golden Horn filly out of mare who raced twice in America and hasn't produced a winner on the track to date. Pedigree isn't the most appealing and best watched despite hailing from powerful yard.
Showcasing filly. Dam was well-beaten in two starts but faring better as a broodmare. Full-sister to six-time winner Chestnut Fire and half-sister to 2m performer Bold Runner. Winning pedigree and could go well.
Golden Horn filly. Second progeny of dam who landed 1m3f contest and is a half-sister to 1m2f Listed winner Raise You. Not to be discounted on debut.
Night Of Thunder filly who contested same maiden as Echo Love but fared little better when 8L ninth. Should come on for that but will need to raise her game.
Sea The Stars filly. Dam was no more than a modest handicapper on the flat and first progeny hasn't fired in any start yet. Offers limited appeal on paper.
By Dark Angel out of a mare who was highly tried on the flat but did pick up some black type over middle distances. First progeny and not entirely dismissed.
By French 2000 Guineas winner Make Believe. Out of a useful mare who picked up graded success in America during her career. Notable if there is betting support.
Lope De Vega filly. Dam was a maiden over middle-staying trips on the flat but but produced two-time winner Mon Frere and 1m winner Dark Acclaim. Yard not in the finest form however and may be a long-term prospect.
Sent off 100/1 for debut effort and ran to those expectations when 26L last of 10 at Nottingham (1m, heavy) earlier this month. Ground better today but plenty more required.
Le Havre filly. Dam was a one-time winner and ended up becoming slightly regressive. Half-sister to two-time French winner Zavrinka but pedigree isn't much to shout about on paper.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Dancing Vega||2||9-0||5/2||Full Result|
|T: R M BeckettJ: Harry Bentley|
Gold Wand (6/4), Lady G (7/1), Make It Rain (7/1), Domino Darling (10/1), Approximate (10/1), Echo's Love (12/1), Viola (16/1), True Scarlet (16/1), Suestar (20/1), Wonderful Tonight (25/1), Arriviste (33/1), Global Orchid (33/1), Volcano Bay (50/1), Puckle (50/1), Sea Of Shadows (66/1), Hayuplass (66/1)
- Domino Darling