18:10 Fairyhouse Fri 15 June 2018
Difficult to make a case for given the Art Connoisseur geldings for two career starts to date. Others preferred.
Choisir colt, cost €30,000 as a foal and 90,000 gns as a yearling. Improved on a pleasing debut on the AW at Dundalk when finishing third of eight beaten 5L in a Curragh maiden earlier this month when well ahead of An Cait Dubh.
Dark Angel gelding out of a Barathea mare. Yard three from 24 since January and possibly best watched on debut.
Placed on all three starts for Jessica Harrington including when runner-up over 1m at Dundalk in March. Before a second of 11 on stable debut in a Sligo maiden over 7f last month. Entitled to make the shortlist dropping in trip.
Invincible Spirit colt out of a Acclamation mare related to the likes of Kingman and Vale Of York. Pleasing performance on second career start at Fairyhouse last month finishing third of 11 beaten 1L over 6f and sure to go well again.
Arcano colt who is a half-brother to numerous winners, including the smart winner up to 1m4f, Golan. Green and always in rear on debut in a Kempton novice stakes for Sir Michael Stoute. First time tongue-tie may assist.
Kodiac filly whose dam stayed further than this, though remained a maiden. Wore a hood on debut - retained here - when well beaten and never nearer at the Curragh on debut before disappointing again at Fairyhouse last month. Hard to fancy.
Has gone well in two career starts to date at Dundalk on the AW and when last seen at Navan in April. Place claims in this company.
Last Year's Winner
|6||Low Latency||3||9-5||6/1||Full Result|
|T: D BunyanJ: L F Roche|
Loving A Boom (4/7), National Glory (5/2), Astrospeed (10/1), Caldbeck (14/1), Social Butterfly (14/1), William of Wykeham (25/1), Kodianne (33/1), An Cait Dubh (33/1), Takeachancejimmy (100/1)
- National Glory
- Loving A Boom
- Social Butterfly
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