17:40 Kempton Wed 6 November 2019
Muhaarar filly who is closely related to useful 7f winner Tamadhor and 1m winner Bawaasil and half-sister to 1m winner Madroos. Yard has a healthy 17% strike rate with 2-y-o newcomers here over the years, and respected.
Camacho filly out of a smart handicapper from the family of outstanding juvenile Celtic Swing. Sold cheaply last year, however, and yard winless with juvenile newcomers in last five years.
Casamento half-sister to 5f-6f winner Dorkhel and 6f winner Curious Fox. Cheaply bought at 7,500 gns, and yard not a prolific source of 2-y-o winners.
Iffraaj half-sister to 7f-1¼m winner Circus Ring and 6f-1m winner Desert Morning out of a useful 6f-7f handicapper. Cost 160,000 gns, and respected, for all yard is surprisingly yet to send out a 2-y-o debutant winner this season.
Well bred filly by Kingman. Much better effort to date when short-head second of 11 to Tambourine Girl in a 6f maiden here last month. Longer trip should suit her well, and she is the one to beat on form.
Helmet half-sister to useful 5f/6f winner Lajatico and useful 1m/1m1f winner Talyani. Yard takes it slowly with its youngsters, as evidenced by 1-34 record with newcomers in the last two years.
Roderic O'Connor filly out of a 1¼m winner. Yard 0-24 with two-year-old newcomers in the past five years, and this filly looks one for the longer term.
By Shamardal out of a 2-y-o 7f winner, herself closely related to smart winner up to 1¼m Noor Al Hawa. Yard can ready one, but just 1-20 with juveniles first time out in recent weeks.
Full-sister to 2-y-o 7f winner Dark Blue and 6f winner Kinch, out of a winning half-sister to useful winner up to 1m Go For Goal. Has had breathing operation prior to this debut, and best watched as a result.
Shaped quite well when 1½L third of 7 to Kalsara in a C&D novice in August. Rested since, and is sure to improve given yard's modus operandi, so not taken lightly.
Homebred Toronado half-sister to moderate 1m winner Poetic Motion (sole win off BHA mark of 48). Likely to need experience, and others much more appealing on breeding.
Shaped well enough over 1m here on debut, but only improved a little when 8L fourth at Chepstow next time. Should do better in time, but appeals more as a handicap prospect.
Promise on debut here despite starting slowly, but again tardily away and failed to build on that when tenth of 11 to Tambourine Girl in a 6f maiden here last time.
Muhaarar half-sister to useful 1m winner Sawwaah and winner up to 1½m Mushawweq. Yard's newcomers often know their job, but rarely knocked about, as evidenced by debutant strike rate of less than 7%.
Last Year's Winner
|1||Sonja Henie||2||9-0||7/2||Full Result|
|T: M BottiJ: G Mosse|
Depose (5/4), Aswaat (11/4), Penpal (11/2), Elmetto (12/1), Widaad (14/1), Royal Nation (20/1), Majestic Endeavour (25/1), Dawning (25/1), Spinacia (33/1), Must Be An Angel (50/1), Lucky Draw (50/1), Dame Denali (100/1), Celtic Mist (100/1), Rhythmic Motion (100/1)
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