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Amadeus Wolf: has his first runner today at Wolverhampton


Four first-crop sire runners debut today

THERE arefour chances of a first winner by a freshman sire today, of which 3 are the first ever runners for their sires.

In Lingfield's Premier Showfreight Yearling Bonus Scheme Maiden Stakes (2.30pm) Dutch Art has his first runner, the Richard Fahey-trained filly Miss Work Of Art. She was bred by Newsells Park Stud out of the Pivotal mare Lacework and sold for £29,000 to Robin O'Ryan at the DBS Premier Yearling sale.

Dark Angel, whose first runner at the Curragh, Tough As Nails, passed the post first but was relegated to second, had his first British runner at Kempton on March 26. He is represented by the Rod Millman-trained filly Night Angel, bought privately by her trainer for £10,000 at the DBS Premier from Catridge Stud.

The race also features Launch On Line, not sold at £20,000 when offered by Trickledown Stud at yesterday's Goffs breeze-up at Kempton, having been offered for sale with today's declaration by innovate vendor Paul Thorman. Trained by Bill Turner, the son of Majestic Missile runs in Thorman's colours. Six of the seven runners are eligible for the Racing Post Yearling Bonus Scheme.

At Wolverhampton tonight, the Name A Race To Enhance Your Brand Fillies' Maiden Auction Stakes (6pm) unveils first runners for Amadeus Wolf and Cockney Rebel. Kevin Ryan trains Nannerl, a daughter of Amadeus Wolf who was bought back by his trainer at the DBS December sale for £4,000.

The Stan Moore-trained Queen Of The Hop represents Cockney Rebel and runs in the same coloursof Phil Cunningham as the dual 2,000 Guineas winner. She was unsold at just 800gns and £1,000 as a foal and yearling.




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