20:00 Roscommon Mon 11 June 2018
Finished 7L behind Agent ZigZag on his second start in a Killarney maiden last month. Looks a progressive type and shortlisted here.
Slowly in to stride on both starts on the AW at Dundalk around the turn of the year and needs a big turn around of fortunes to be going close here.
Has produced a number of laboured runs in four career starts well beaten and finishing out of the first ten on each occasion.
Well beaten and never a danger in three starts last month over a variety of distances. Hard to construct much of a case for him here.
Sea The Stars colt out of a Kalanisi mare related to Cloth Of Stars, Harzand and Saturday's Haydock winner Sea Youmzain. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Improved from maiden company to place at Killarney before a promising fourth of 13 beaten 1¾L behind Medal Of Honour. Entitled to make the shortlist here.
Room for improvement in two seasonal starts last month at Gowran Park and Sligo. Place claims on best form.
Colt by Invincible Spirit gelding out of a Polish Precedent mare related to Kingman, Profitable and Saturday's Haydock winner Muthmir. Market likely to be best guide on debut.
Well beaten and tailed off in two career starts at the Curragh on debut last month and more recently in a Listowel maiden over 1m. Has work to do on those showings.
Well bred filly by Shamardal out of a Dr Fong mare. Market likely to be the best guide to chances here for leading owner/trainer connections.
Last Year's Winner
Lethal Power (11/8), Tarasila (7/2), Dream Focus (5/1), High Mounte (7/1), Shringara (7/1), Maunganui (8/1), National Wealth (14/1), Ashqar (14/1), Kanthaka (66/1), Five Gems (150/1), On The Boards (150/1)
- Lethal Power
- Dream Focus
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