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Those with previous race experience do not set a particularly high standard but Copal has displayed promise in both starts and he could go well. That said, the preference is for GREAT BEAR, who is a half-brother to the 99-rated Dubhe. The son of Dansili is out of an Irish Oaks-winning mare and she is a full-sister to the top-class performer/sire Nathaniel. So High is a half-brother to the European Listed/Canadian Grade 2 winner Utmost and he represents a yard who have a 36 per-cent strike-rate at this track with juveniles in the last five years. Madeeh and Hadeer are other debutants who merit market inspections.
SO HIGH has the pedigree and trainer to make him of interest on debut, especially if strong in the market. Copal remains with potential after a couple of promising runs, while Madeeh and Great Bear are also newcomers that need keeping an eye on.