17:00 Killarney Sun 13 May 2018
A €100,000 three-year-old Fame And Glory gelding, he'll be sporting a tongue tie on racecourse once again following his promising sixth of 16 on debut in a Punchestown bumper.
Cost connections €46,000 at the sales last year finished fifth of 17 beaten 6¼L in a Fairyhouse bumper last month. Capable of improvement here.
Scorpion gelding out of a Sunshine Street mare related to Might Bite and Grade 1 winning hurdler in the States Scorpiancer. Worth a market check on racecourse debut.
€100,000 as a three-year-old Stowaway gelding out of an Old Vic mare. Dam related to Kicking King and place claims on debut here.
Deportivo gelding out of a Chimes Band mare. Cheap purchase as a three-year-old and looks well out of his depth here in this company.
Getaway gelding, bred for jumping finished 14th of 16 in a Punchestown bumper on debut last month and likely to be seen to best effect further down the line.
Gold Well gelding out of a Rudimentary mare related to tough sorts Kylecrue, Sausalito Sunrise and Holywell. Market should be informative.
Westerner gelding out of a Hawk Wing mare and expected to come on for her fifth of 12 beaten 25L on debut in a Thurles bumper in March.
Daughter of Flemensfirth bought for €65,000 last year. Dam was a winner twice in bumpers and of a Grade 2 over hurdles. Will improve for her debut last month at Fairyhouse and likely to be a warm order.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Joseph P O'BrienJ: Miss S O'Brien|
Yukon Lil (5/6), Peres Et Fils (4/1), Millen To One (6/1), Glocca Mora (9/1), Subset (10/1), Two Shoe Tom (12/1), Chin'up (12/1), Satoshi (14/1), The Rubinator (16/1), Not The Chablis (20/1), Sir Tivo (25/1), Tashinny (50/1)
- Yukon Lil
- Glocca Mora
- Millen To One
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