18:45 Kempton Thu 5 December 2019
Quite stoutly bred filly who will appreciate much further than this in time and unlikely to be ready first time up despite the stable being among the winners lately.
Casamento filly; half-sister to three winners including the likes of 7f scorer Solar Flair; no real promise on debut over course and distance last month; entitled to improve but others preferred.
Muhaarar filly who is closely related to useful 7f winner Tamadhor and 1m winner Bawaasil and half-sister to 1m winner Madroos; was doing her best work in the closing stages of her debut over 7f here last month; interesting contender.
War Command filly; dam was a winner over 7f as a two-year-old and performed well over a mile in time; last of 12 on debut over 6f here last month; step up will help but probably not enough.
Half-sister to smart 1m winner Scentasia; dam unraced half-sister to smart winner up to 1m4f Elite Army; never a threat on debut in November here over 7f; will have learned from that and can progress.
First foal; dam was useful dirt performer in the US, related to plenty of winners; hard to assess on debut and market will be best guide to her chances.
Helmet half-sister to Italian 7f winner Faulette out of an unraced half-sister to 1m Listed winner Fair Dubawi.; 12 of 13 on her debut here over 7f; not beaten too far and if improving has place claims.
One of three for the champion trainer; this filly by Frankel is a three-parts sister to a useful AW winner out of an American winning dam; fair introduction over course and distance last month; interesting..
Fast Company filly out of a well-bred Godolphin maiden; well beaten on debut at Newbury over 6f in September; likely to improve but doubtful she will be good enough.
Daughter of New Approach out of a Shamardal mare; led for a long way on only racecourse appearance over 7f at Chelmsford last week; should be suited by step up in trip and one of the likely market leaders.
Two excellent efforts in defeat at Catterick and Beverley in early autumn; looks to be going in the right direction and boasts some of the best form of those who have seen a racecourse.
Al Kazeem filly; dam didn't win on the track but half-sister to the high-class Manighar; outpaced and always in rear on only racecourse appearance over course and distance two weeks ago; improvement needed to get involved.
Unraced home-bred Sea The Moon filly out of a mare who was placed in Listed company in France; well beaten on only racecourse appearance over course and distance last month; much more needed here.
By Muhaarar out of an unraced Galileo mare; always towards rear on racecourse bow last month over course and distance; entitled to improves but needs to if she wants to be a serious contender.
Last Year's Winner
Delta's Royalty (4/6), Aswaat (7/2), Lisbet (8/1), Charming Rose (9/1), Morning Shadow (10/1), Samille (33/1), Scarlet Ruby (40/1), Stagiaire (50/1), Appletart (50/1), Fairmet (66/1), Arietta (100/1), Villanelle (100/1), Midnight Welcome (100/1), Cath The Great (100/1)
- Morning Shadow
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