1 - ANANYA
Different proposition on second start when landing 11-runner maiden on the July Course (7f). Far from disgraced in pattern company twice since, though at the same time limitations were rather exposed.
2 - ANASTARSIA
All the better for debut when making all in novice at Newcastle. Bare form is pretty ordinary, so needs to improve markedly in a short space of time, but pedigree/trainer are ongoing positives.
A cracking race between two promising juveniles - Fillies' Mile entry Anastarsia sees off Crystal Pegasus with the pair pulling well clear at @NewcastleRaces! Another nice young filly for John Gosden and a double for PJ McDonald! pic.twitter.com/y1lUl0o97F— At The Races (@AtTheRaces) September 25, 2019
3 - BOOMER
Confirmed debut promise to win Newbury maiden before following up in Group 3 at Newbury. Did best of those that raced up with pace when second to Powerful Breeze in May Hill at Doncaster. Interesting.
4 - CAYENNE PEPPER
Passed each of her 3 tests so far with flying colours, notably when making all in Group 3 at the Curragh (1m) 6 weeks ago. That win is just about best form on offer, so rates a serious player.
5 - LOVE
Came unstuck in Debutante at the Curragh but career has been progressive aside from that, confirming that she’s one of the best 2-y-o fillies around when taking the Moyglare there. 1m will suit.
This is getting ridiculous now! Brilliant training from Aidan O'Brien again as Love gives him his second Group 1 of the day - both ridden by Ryan Moore - following yesterday's Leopardstown four-timer.@curraghrace #LICW19— Racing TV (@RacingTV) September 15, 2019
Results ➡https://t.co/glajGV55GR pic.twitter.com/usndtvO3OO
6 - POWERFUL BREEZE
Defied market weakness when making a taking winning debut on July Course and confirmed that was no fluke when following up in May Hill at Doncaster, albeit suited by the circumstances. Supplemented.
7 - QUADRILATERAL
Has looked a top prospect on both starts at Newbury (7f), overcoming greenness on debut before an explosive display in minor company, ultimately 9 lengths to the good. Has been supplemented.
8 - QUEEN DAENERYS
Highly promising filly, runner-up at Ascot on debut before going one better in novice over C&D. This is a big step up, however, and appeals as more of a middle-distance prospect for next year.
9 - WEST END GIRL
Winner of 2 of her 4 starts, and while she wasn't seen to best effect in May Hill at Doncaster last time, she did have the run of things when landing the Sweet Solera at July Course the time before.
The market seems to have underestimated the claims of BOOMER. The Tom Dascombe-trained filly has a length to find with Powerful Breeze on their May Hill clash, but that effort has to be marked up given the headwind at Doncaster. Quadrilateral and Love figure very prominently in both the 1000 Guineas and Oaks markets for 2020 and it’s easy to see why given their profiles.