- Date: 17 September 2020
- Going: GOOD to FIRM
- Surface: Turf
- Status: Completed
British Ebf Fillies' Novice Stakes (5) (Class 5)
- Distance: 6f 3y
- Age: 2 years old+
- Runners: 8
- Prize: £6,300
- Race status: Weighed In
Lethal Force filly. Dam, 7f winner, sister to very smart 10f winner Queen's Trust. Others appeal more on pedigree but debutante is not ruled out for good yard.
24,000 gns 2-y-o, Territories filly. Closely related to fair 5f-6f winner Glorious Charmer and half-sister to fairly useful 7f winner Quayside. Yard can ready its newcomers so another to consider.
Casamento filly. Dam unraced out of winning half-sister to very smart 1¼m Notable Guest. Appealing pedigree so another newcomer who is worth a market check.
Kodiac filly. Closely related to yard's very smart 6f-7.4f winner One Master. Lots to like on paper and in excellent hands so newcomer is well worth noting, especially if market vibes are positive.
20,000 gns yearling, Dandy Man filly. Half-sister to 5f/6f winner Ginger Jam. Dam, 5f/6f winner. Bred to be no back number so debutante is not without interest.
Fair maiden at her best but arrives on back of below-form fifth of 12 in novice over C&D 23 days ago. Blinkers reached for now with bit to prove.
|25/08/20||Yarmouth||5/12||Flat||6f 3y||Gd/sft||9st 0lbs||Robert Havlin||7.4|
|04/08/20||Catterick Bridge||7/10||Flat||5f||Gd/frm||9st 0lbs||Robert Havlin||5.6|
|08/07/20||Newbury||3/15||Flat||6f||Good||9st 0lbs||Robert Havlin||6.4|
|04/06/20||Newmarket (Rowley)||3/9||Flat||6f||Gd/frm||9st 0lbs||Robert Havlin||9.47|
5/1, impressed when making winning debut in 7-runner novice at Kempton (6f) 86 days ago, very strong at the finish. Sure to do better so leading claims despite having to concede weight all round.
|23/06/20||Kempton Park||1/7||Flat||6f||Slow||9st 0lbs||Ryan Moore||7.4|
16/1, very green when last of 9 in novice at Goodwood (6f, soft) on debut 19 days ago. Sort to do better in long term.
|29/08/20||Goodwood||9/9||Flat||6f||Soft||9st 0lbs||David Egan||21.61|
The market will no doubt reveal plenty here with five newcomers on show but there was a lot to like about the debut victory of Sir Michael Stoute's VILLE DE GRACE so she is taken to defy a 7 lb penalty and follow up her Kempton success. Arousing is well bred and in excellent hands so rates the biggest threat, although Lady of Desire is another debutante who is well worth a second look.