14:30 Navan Sat 19 May 2018
Dandy Man colt, cost 30,000 gns as a yearling. Half-brother to three winners all over middle distances and dam a 7f winner. Yard's debutantes often need the run and likely to be better over further.
Gale Force Ten colt, cost €34,000 as a foal and £45,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to three winning sprinters and dam a winning sprinter and half-sister to two more. Plenty to like on pedigree and market the best guide to his chance.
Dawn Approach colt, cost €60,000 as a foal and €75,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to a two-year-old winning sprinter. Yard tend to do better with their more experienced runners.
Elusive Quality colt, cost €4,000 as a yearling. Dam a half-sister to three winners in the US. Likely to want further than this.
Born To Sea gelding, cost €8,500 as a yearling. Not a good sign he's already been gelded at this stage of his career and others preferred.
Gale Force Ten colt, cost €12,500 as a yearling. Dam a sprint winning juvenile and half-sister to another. Interesting runner with a useful claimer taking off 3lb.
Society Rock colt, cost £10,000 as a Breeze-Up purchase. Green but shaped with promise at the Curragh on debut and should come on for that.
Vocalised colt, plenty on pedigree to suggest he'll be best suited by a longer trip in time but ran well on debut at the Curragh and not discounted with that experience behind him.
Sir Percy colt cost connections €22,000 as a yearling. Not beaten a rival home on his first two starts and handicaps may be a more likely winning route.
Zoffany filly, cost 90,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to a German Group performer. Dam a sister to a German Group 3 winner. Looked green on debut but yard's newcomers often come on markedly for the run and she ought to go well here.
Fast Company filly, related to a juvenile winner over this trip and half-sister to four winners including one Group placed over 6f. Dam also a juvenile winner over this trip. Fair seventh over C&D on debut and should improve.
Made a promising start when third of 14 in maiden over C&D. Not beaten far and should improve here.
Dragon Pulse filly, cost €31,000 as a yearling. Dam was 6f winner in Italy, including as a two-year-old and also placed at Group 3 level on the continent. Yard have hit some form in recent weeks and not dismissed on debut.
Last Year's Winner
Coral Beach (4/6), Silver Service (6/1), Vocatus (8/1), Spiritual Impulse (10/1), Hummingbird (14/1), Count D'orsay (14/1), Gunslinger (20/1), Evasive Power (22/1), Dash To Celebrate (25/1), Tony's Rocket (33/1), Dom Carlos (33/1), Early Strike (33/1), Mister Kipling (40/1), Wolfofmountstreet (66/1)
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