17:40 Killarney Tue 15 May 2018
Pour Moi colt is a half-brother to winner up to 6f Samba Do Brazil and winner up to 7f Pearl Earing. Interesting he starts out over this trip, should have the stamina.
Elusive Pimpernel gelding out of an Invincible Spirit mare related to multiple winners, third in 1m2f soft-ground maiden at Navan on debut and looks the type to improve.
Motivator colt is a half-brother to useful 1m2f winner Marunouchi and cost connections €35,000 as a yearling. Yard's three-year-olds doing well, worth noting.
Colt by Sir Prancealot, hasn't pulled up any trees in two starts at Dundalk (AW) And Clonmel (1m1½f, heavy) either side of a 146-day break. Upped in journey but remains on a watching brief for now.
Lightly-raced gelding produced much best effort of four when finishing second in 1m1½f heavy-ground maiden at Clonmel 12 days ago. Player if building on that effort.
Vocalised colt related to multiple winners and picked up for relatively small money into the Bolger yard. Betting can reveal plenty more.
30,000gns foal by Bated Breath out of a Cape Cross mare, few positives in two starts so far, slowly away and eased before the finish over 1m2f at Roscommon last week. Looks a longer term project on that showing.
Very disappointing when warm order for 1m2f Cork maiden (heavy) in March on first turf start (second overall), since shaped much better (third) over a mile at Leopardstown. In good hands and cheekpieces added now back out in trip.
Last Year's Winner
Elysian Plains (11/10), Zamroudpour (3/1), Needs To Be Seen (7/2), Stoic Soul (8/1), Take A Nap (14/1), Aim For Glory (25/1), Valdus (50/1), Sir Popple (80/1)
- Elysian Plains
- Needs To Be Seen
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Next Race Off
We pick out five early fancies for the three-day November Meeting at Cheltenham which starts on Friday afternoon.
Anita Chambers looks ahead to the day's action with a strong word for Regular in the juvenile event at Chelmsford on Tuesday evening.
Ben Linfoot heads to Exeter for the Sporting Life Daily Nap on Wednesday while he also has selections at Ayr and Bangor.