17:30 Roscommon Mon 11 June 2018
Lethal Force gelding out of a Holy Roman Emperor mare. Stable in consistent form this term and are three from 19 with their juveniles. Market likely to be best guide.
Gelding by Camacho out of a Montjeu mare related to tough sorts Arctic Feeling and Humido. Possibly best watched on debut.
Battle of Marengo colt, a half-brother to three winners, including useful 1m winner Hombre Rojo. Never nearer ninth of 11 on debut and needs to improve here.
Born To Sea gelding cost €28,000 as a yearling and is related to several winners. Sent off a 100/1 on debut when well held and another tough ask lies ahead.
Dragon Pulse gelding, cost 20,000 gns as a foal and €30,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to two winners and dam a half-sister to an Irish Oaks winner. Looked outpaced on debut at the Curragh last month. Blinkers worn for the first time.
Dandy Man colt is a half-brother to 5f-7f winner Spirit of Italy. No extra and looked one pace on debut at Leopardstown last month. Plenty to prove here.
Morpheus colt out of an Invincible Spirit mare related to Kingman, Mayson and Saturday's Haydock winner Muthmir. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Colt by Morpheus out of a Spartacus mare. Sire having a slow start to proceedings with his first batch of progeny.
Gelding by Born To Sea out of a One Cool Cat related to multiple winners Whozthecat and Layla's Hero. Likely to need the experience on debut.
Intikhab colt is a half-brother to smart 1m winner Mittersill and boast a nice mixture of speed and stamina in pedigree. No impression and appeared one pace on debut in a Leopardstown maiden last month.
Well beaten and never nearer in two starts last month and first time hood unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
Filly by Garswood out of an Avonbridge mare. Sire has made a slow start to stallion career and hard to fancy here on debut.
Modest €14,000 buy as a yearling by Dandy Man out of a Galileo mare. Didn't get a clear run on debut at Fairyhouse last month and sure to come on for that here.
Excelebration filly, dam a sprint winner and half-sister to a sprinter. Struggled on debut at Dundalk and yard have been quiet in recent weeks. Others make more appeal.
Excelebration filly, finished fifth of six in maiden at Naas in April before a fine second of 11 at the Curragh last month. Improving with every start.
Last Year's Winner
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Kestrel Prince (9/2), Alfons Walde (9/2), Engles Rock (5/1), Vhagar (6/1), Man Of The Sea (13/2), Champagne Marengo (8/1), Pulsing Dragon (12/1), Rhosgobel (14/1), Rinty Maginty (16/1), Dash To Celebrate (25/1), Sea The Night (25/1), Hopestown (33/1), Pyeongchang (33/1), Showmethegin (50/1), Sand Castle (50/1), Mister Kipling (66/1)
- Engles Rock
- Kestrel Prince
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