New Kingdom - Charlie Appleby - Form: 51
This son of Dubawi cost 800,000g as a yearling and another classy addition to the stable.
Laheg - Marco Botti - Form: 21
This £105,000 breeze-up purchase has ability.
Macchiavello - Karl Burke - Form: 45
Spigot Lodge always do well with the juveniles and this son of No Nay Never cost £300,000 at the breeze-up sales and in the familiar silks of Amo Racing Ltd and Michael Tabor.
Ingra Tor - Mick Channon - Form: 9
It's been a quiet season for Mick Channon's two-year-olds but this home bred son of Churchill for Jon & Julia Aisbitt should hold claims.
Alvediston - William Haggas - Form: 645
I've heard this son of New Bay has a high level of ability and looking forward to seeing this colt make his debut.
Educator - William Haggas - Form: 021
In the ownership of The Queen, this home bred son of Deep Impact is one of the best juveniles at Somerville Lodge Stables. Both of these Haggas newcomers are exciting prospects.
Wanees - Charles Hills - Form: 611
In the ownership of Shadwell Estate Company Ltd, this son of Le Havre cost 325,000g at the yearling sales and I'm very excited about this February foal.
Dayman - David Loughnane - Form: 06
Amo Racing Limited have been in buying mood this season with a wealth of talented two-year-olds to show for their investment. This son of Oasis Dream wasn't the most expensive but held in high regard by David Loughnane. A stable that often go well with their debutantes.
Adjourn - David Simcock - Form: 25
A quiet year for this Simock yard and limited number of two-year-olds. However, I always take note of owners Never Say Die Partnership and this 135,000g breeze up purchase could go well. The stable can ready a debutante and if strong in the market should go well.
Space Cowboy - Richard Spencer - Form: 011
Another colt, this son of Kodi Bear runs in the familiar silks of Rebel Racing Premier IV. Purchased by Phil Cunningham at a cost of £110,000.
It's worth noting that two-year-olds, in general, have a much better chance of winning on their second start than debut. However, I do expect a lot of these named horses to run big raced on their racecourse bow.