15:15 Naas Sun 20 May 2018
Dandy Man colt out of an Hernando mare €38,000 yearling related to multiple winners, made winning start over this trip on the AW at Dundalk a fortnight ago and should improve for switch to turf.
Clodovil colt, cost 11,000 gns as a yearling. Won both starts in Britain at Doncaster and Bath, both over this trip on heavy/soft. Interesting raider in pursuit of some black type for Mick Channon.
Home-bred son of Requinto and a half-brother to Flat winner Bert Leaf, made winning start in 5f AW maiden at Dundalk early last month. Will need to progress to double tally, should have more to offer.
Scat Daddy colt bred for speed, a bit green and not given a hard time when denied at odds-on over 5f at Dundalk on debut, made absolutely no mistake next time out at Navan (5f, yielding to soft), this ground unlikely to hinder further progress.
Dandy Man filly, made smooth start when taking 5f (yielding to soft) Curragh maiden nine days ago on debut. Should progress from that effort.
Last Year's Winner
|5||True Blue Moon||2||9-3||8/1||Full Result|
|T: Joseph P O'BrienJ: D O'Brien|
Sergei Prokofiev (2/7), Offline (8/1), Dandys Ocean (9/1), Izzer (10/1), Andre Amar (20/1)
- Sergei Prokofiev
- Dandys Ocean
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