18:40 Naas Mon 18 June 2018

  • Midsummer Sprint Stakes (Listed) (Class 1)
  • 5f, Good to Firm
  • 8 Runners
  • Winner€26,550.002nd€8,550.003rd€4,050.004th€1,800.005th€899.006th€450.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Weighed In

Winning time:59.7sOff time:18:41:35
1
(8)
119-9OR: 97D
11/1
Distance winner who is currently out of sorts and requires a chunk of improvement to land a blow in this company.
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2
(1)
49-9OR: 104D
9/4
Winner of two starts as a three-year-old but form has been a little up and down since. Market possibly best guide to chances.
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3
(4)
39-6OR: 98D
9/2
Has gone well in a number of listed events at two and more recently at Navan and York this term. Better than last run in a Curragh handicap and is capable of a bold bid.
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4
(5)
59-4OR: 67D
50/1
Generally disappointing mare in handicap company since winning a Down Royal maiden in September 2016 and looks a little out of her depth here on seasonal debut.
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5
(6)
49-4OR: 90D
8/1
In good form last year winning twice on good-to-firm ground over this trip and has shown plenty of promise in three starts this term but will need to eek out a little more here.
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6
(7)
Dalit10
39-3OR: 93CD
9/4
C&D winner on her second career start last May. Beaten in two handicaps this season at the Curragh and need to up her game to play a role here, but is in the right hands.
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7
(2)
39-3OR: 96CD
7/1
Winner over C&D here in May last year but has failed to get her head in front in five subsequent starts. Likable sort but more needed here.
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8
(3)
39-3OR: 71
50/1
Solid and persistent in a couple of starts on the AW at Dundalk and in further spins at Fairyhouse and the Curragh earlier this month. Liable to find a couple stronger in this company
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Last Year's Winner

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Betting

Forecast

Dali (9/4), Son Of Rest (9/4), Brick By Brick (9/2), True Blue Moon (7/1), Snowstar (8/1), Mirza (11/1), Verhoyen (50/1), Accalia (50/1)

Verdict

Trainer Aiden O'Brien looks to have found an ideal opportunity for DALI to get back to winning ways here with the C&D winner looking on a handy mark here. The Jessica Harrington-trained Brick By Brick is clearly better than his last start and can compete for the places with Son Of Rest.
  1. Dali
  2. Brick By Brick
  3. Son Of Rest

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