14:35 Cork Sat 5 May 2018
Missed a full year before a promising third of 13 beaten 2L in a Dundalk 7f maiden on the AW in December. Time missing again is a worry.
Redoute's Choice gelding out of a Sadler's Wells mare related to Aussie Group 1 winner Lankan Rupee. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Invincible Spirit colt out of Sapphire, a Group Two winner up to 1m4f from an exceptional Moyglare Stud family. Second of 10 on debut in October and worth a market check on return.
Tailed off on debut and well beaten last of six at Gowran Park in September. Qualifies for handicaps after this and will be of more interesting when he's gained his mark.
Gelding by Rock Of Gibralter out of a Observatory mare related to Eagle Mountain, Society Rock and 2011 Group 3 Albany winner Samitar. Last of 14 in a dispiriting debut at Dundalk in December.
The Carbon Unit gelding out of a Harlan's Holiday mare related to plenty of American dirt winners. Best watched on debut.
Vocalised filly is a half-sister to 1m winner Dynamite Dixie and useful winner up to 1m Home School. Third of 12 beaten 4L on seasonal debut at Naas last month. Improvement expected here.
Well beaten and never nearer in two starts in September and October. Filly by Holy Roman Emperor likely to need the run here.
Well beaten on debut in September and on seasonal debut last month in a Limerick maiden over 1m on soft to heavy ground well beaten 21L. Others hold stronger profiles.
Jim Bolger-bred Vocalised filly out of a Arazi mare. Stable have had an inconsistent start to the season and likely to need the run here.
Last Year's Winner
|13||Treaty Of Vienna||3||9-5||6/4||Full Result|
|T: J S BolgerJ: K J Manning|
Jewel Maker (1/2), Aiseolas (7/2), Aubineau (8/1), Burning Question (11/1), Ashqar (25/1), Robert E Lee (28/1), Vocal Queen (40/1), Liars Corner (50/1), Sun A Rye (50/1), Lucan Rock (50/1)
- Jewel Maker
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