18:15 Limerick Sat 16 June 2018
Yard an obvious threat to all and this 400,000 gns yearling has to be given the utmost respect despite failing to get off the mark in five previous attempts. Eased when last seen, so does need to prove his well being. The market can guide.
Yard doing well despite struggling for winners - this fellow showed improved form last time out when third at Gowran Park but has a bit to prove now upped in trip again.
Improved to win a tough looking handicap at Roscommon last week and created the impression that an extra furlong won't be a problem. Has fitness on his side and likely to post another bold effort.
Very consistent profile and has shaped as if at least a mile and a half will suit her in time. Possibly spoilt her chances with a slow start last time, so no surprise to see more forceful tactics employed. Another that has to be taken seriously.
Not achieved much in four starts so far and has a bit to prove upped another furlong after a moderate effort last time. Others more appealing.
Shown bits of promise but was well held over 1m latest and lacked a change of gear at a crucial stage. Possible this step up in trip will suit but the Maxios filly has a stiff test ahead on the form already in the book.
Last Year's Winner
Dawn Hoofer (2/1), Dream Point (2/1), Christopher Robin (7/2), Moktamel (7/1), Lustful (10/1), Havingagoodtime (66/1)
- Dawn Hoofer
- Christopher Robin
- Dream Point
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