14:20 Cork Sun 17 June 2018
Has been tried at three different distances in his races so far and his best display came when fourth of 14 at Leopardstown over this trip. Decent chance for in-form stable, but he faces some unknown quantities.
Galileo colt whose dam was very useful up to 1m. Looked to be in need of the run when fifth of nine at The Curragh on debut and is likely to take a step forward with that experience under his belt.
Showcasing filly who cost £55,000 as a yearling and £100,000 as a breeze-up purchase. Did not enjoy a clear run when eighth of 14 on debut at The Curragh and should be capable of better.
Pour Moi filly who is a half-sister to three winners including the useful Powersville. The betting should be the best guide to her chance on debut.
Dutch Art filly whose dam is a half-sister to the top-class Free Eagle. Makes plenty of appeal on paper and represents a leading stable on debut.
Galileo filly who is a sister to useful 1m2f performer Flattering. Represents leading connections and is is very much one to note on debut.
Daughter of Battle Of Marengo who is a half-sister to a 1m4f winner in France. Looks a middle-distance performer on paper and others may be sharper at this early stage.
Last Year's Winner
Mohawk (4/7), Peach Tree (4/1), Eagle Song (9/1), Lightning Amber (10/1), Bodhicitta (14/1), Jyn Erso (50/1), Sean Says (80/1)
- Peach Tree
- Eagle Song
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