- Date: 02 August 2020
- Going: GOOD to FIRM
- Surface: Turf
- Status: Completed
British Stallion Studs Ebf Maiden Stakes (5) (Class 5)
- Distance: 7f
- Age: 2 years old+
- Runners: 10
- Prize: £6,400
- Race status: Weighed In
Foaled February 9. 350,000 gns yearling, Lope De Vega colt. Brother to a US 9f winner. Dam useful French 1¼m/10.5f winner. Yard 2-21 with 2-y-o newcomers this season.
Well-related colt who clearly learnt plenty from debut when fifth in a warm maiden on the July Course last month. Sets quite a high standard on that form.
|10/07/20||Newmarket (July)||5/9||Flat||7f||Gd/sft||9st 0lbs||Adam Kirby||18.59|
|18/06/20||Newmarket (Rowley)||3/4||Flat||7f||Gd/sft||H||9st 5lbs||Adam Kirby||2.67|
Foaled February 25. Gleneagles colt. Dam, 1¼m-1¾m winner, half-sister to useful winner up to 1m Drumbeat. Yard 2-17 with 2-y-o newcomers this season.
Foaled March 15. 53,000 gns yearling, Awtaad colt. Dam unraced sister to useful winner up to 1¼m Monami. Yard 1-12 with 2-y-o newcomers this season.
Foaled March 21. Toronado colt. Dam unraced. Yard 1-1 with 2-y-o newcomers this season.
Once-raced colt. 12/1, tenth of 13 in maiden at Chepstow (6.1f, good) on debut 33 days ago.
|30/06/20||Chepstow||10/13||Flat||6f 16y||Good||9st 5lbs||Sean Levey||17.46|
34,000 gns foal, £92,000 yearling, Equiano colt. Dam once-raced half-sister to smart 1m-1½m winner Mountain Hunter. Down the field both starts.
|23/07/20||Sandown Park||8/13||Flat||7f||Good||9st 5lbs||Dane O'Neill||108.91|
|24/06/20||Haydock Park||8/9||Flat||7f 37y||Gd/frm||9st 2lbs||Ryan Moore||18|
Foaled March 19. Sixties Icon colt. Dam 8.3f winner. Yard 1-13 with 2-y-o newcomers this season.
Once-raced colt. Last of 6 in minor event (18/1) at Yarmouth (6f, good to firm) on debut 29 days ago.
|04/07/20||Yarmouth||6/6||Flat||6f 3y||Gd/frm||9st 2lbs||Callum Shepherd||28.99|
Foaled April 6. 37,000 gns foal, £60,000 yearling, £65,000 2-y-o, Footstepsinthesand colt. Dam unraced half-sister to useful winner up to 7f Aria Di Festa. Yard 7-60 with 2-y-o newcomers this season.
YIBIR had clearly learnt plenty from his debut when fifth in a warm maiden at Newmarket and this stiff track should suit kept to this trip. He can put his experience to good use up against some likely-looking newcomers, headed by Top Brass and King Vega.