18:00 Leopardstown Thu 21 June 2018
Declaration Of War colt, cost $62,000 as a yearling. Dam a winning sprinter and half-sister to another winner. Lacked the pace to get competitive on debut, but better expected up in trip and with that experience in the bank.
Fairyhouse winne despite saddle slipping and being the least fancied of the stable pair. The time was good and he would be expected to confirm placings with Joza given that was his first run.
Behind Heavenly Rainbow at Fairyhouse and has scored over 7f since. To reverse the placings he needs to have improved more for the switch to this trip than that rival
Well held when 100/1 here on debut. Went off a lot shorter at Roscommon last week when far too keen and he looks a long shot to have improved significantly since.
Intikhab colt is a half-brother to smart 1m winner Mittersill and boast a nice mixture of speed and stamina in pedigree. Stepped up on his course debut when third at Roscommon in a messy race and he could take advantage of his allowance.
€11,000 Dream Ahead filly out of a 7f winner. Half-sister to a couple of minor winners and hails from a yard who are 0-35 with this age group since 2014.
€15,000 yearling filly by Helmet out of a Red Ransom mare and half-sister to four winners including Paleo. Eyecatching debut here behind Heavenly Rainbow having endured trouble. Promised better when upped to this trip and now 7lb better off.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Red Persian||2||8-11||5/2||Full Result|
|T: P J PrendergastJ: K J Manning|
Alfons Walde (5/2), Heavenly Rainbow (5/2), Highland Fortune (11/4), Hyde Park Corner (13/2), Joza (8/1), Hidden Spark (33/1), Man Of The Sea (40/1)
- Alfons Walde
- Hyde Park Corner
- Heavenly Rainbow
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