Irish Stallion Farms E.B.F. Maiden 7f
- (2yo, 7f, 5 runners)
- Winner €10,006 2nd €2,320 3rd €1,015 4th €580
- Going: Good (Good to Yielding in the chute)
- Surface: Turf
- Winning time: 1m 33.43s
- Off time: 14:10:17
|2||131 9-5||A P O'Brien||J P O'Brien||1/3f|
|2||131 9-5||D K Weld||P J Smullen||7/2|
Dainty Dancer (IRE) 18
|2||126 9-0||J J Murphy||J M Conneely (10)||20/1|
|2||126 9-0||M J Tynan||C T Keane (3)||16/1|
Never Again (IRE)
|2||126 9-0||J J Walsh||C D Hayes||20/1|
||2||D Wachman||W M Lordan||NR|
||2||C W J Farrell||R P Cleary||NR|
Glory Boy (IRE)
||2||9-5||D K Weld||P J Smullen||2/1|
Dainty Dancer showed little on her debut and is up against it with some smartly-bred newcomers in opposition. Dermot Weld won the first running a year ago and Spryt, a half-brother to three winners and out of a Sadlers Wells mare, looks certain to come in for support. Aidan O'Brien's HOMELAND is by Galileo and a half-brother to the Coventry Stakes and Golden Jubilee winner Art Connoisseur however. He may just have the call here over another Coolmore-owned entry in David Wachman's filly Beautifully, who is also by Galileo and out of the Irish 1000 Guineas winner Again.
Beautifully Galileo filly out of Again.
Evita Grey (IRE) Dark Angel filly out of Choralli.
Homeland Galileo colt out of Withorwithoutyou.
Spryt (IRE) Invincible Spirit gelding out of Out Of Thanks.
Darkan (IRE) Dark Angel filly out of Divine Quest.
Dainty Dancer (IRE) 40-1 (8-9) Towards rear, ridden along over 2f out, and soon no impression, 8th of 9, 16l behind Icy Lady (9-0) at Naas 6f 2yo fll mdn in May.
Never Again (IRE) Jeremy filly out of Pipewell.