20:00 Dundalk Fri 13 October 2017
Career-best effort when winning 10-runner C&D contest two weeks ago, before struggling off his new mark. Could struggle again 10lb higher than that win.
Multiple course winner who has been fairly consistent over the summer on turf and AW. Interesting jockey booking noted and one for the shortlist.
Completely out of his depth on return from a lay-off in August when finishing 16th of 27 in the Irish Cambridgeshire. Worth a market check.
Soundly beaten on his last two starts at Meydan and here last month. Still very dangerous though rated 4lb superior to nearest rival Tennessee Wildcat.
Not disgraced in five starts over the summer just falling below the standard required. Looks vulnerable in this company.
Highly tried Mastercraftsman filly who been seen in the Group 1 Pretty Polly and the Group 2 Blanford Stakes this term. One for the shortlist.
Not disgraced in two starts here last month including third of 11 beaten 1½L last time out. Gutsy and genuine but may have to settle for a place again.
4lb inferior to Long Island Sound in the ratings and has enjoyed a pretty consistent summer. Fifth of 11 last time out beaten over 5L behind War Decree in Group 3 contest here over C&D.
Course winner and ran well enough at the Curragh over 1m2f before a 2¾L defeat last time out here two weeks ago. Others make more appeal.
Seven-race maiden including four defeats here looks up against it here and will require a chunk of improvement to play a role here.
C&D winner who is a great credit to his small stable. Is still 9lb higher than her last win on this surface and up against it here.
Frankel-filly who wasn't unbacked when winning on debut in a Navan maiden last month. Can be expected to improve on that debut win and worth a market check.
Maiden winner over 6f on debut at Leopardstown in August last year, heavily tried in Group races thereafter but has struggled recently including on stable debut here last week.
Last Year's Winner
|7||Hawke (IRE)||4||9-7||5/4||Full Result|
|T: J P MurtaghJ: P J Smullen|
Goldrush (3/1), Jaqen H'ghar (6/1), De Coronado (6/1), Long Island Sound (6/1), Santa Monica (13/2), Spruce Meadows (13/2), Tennessee Wildcat (7/1), Marshall Jennings (20/1), Johann Bach (33/1), Holy Cat (33/1), Poitin (33/1), Maudlin Magdalen (66/1), Nivvo (100/1)
- Long Island Sound
- Santa Monica
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