18:30 Leopardstown Thu 21 June 2018
Dark Angel colt, cost 75,000 gns as a foal and €100,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to a Listed winner and dam a half-sister to a Group 3 winner. Fair debut at the Curragh but he needs to come on a lot for the run.
Market signals were negative on debut and no surprise he made little impression. In a strong race here and likely to come up short.
Scat Daddy colt who's price rose from $220,000 as a foal to $325,000 as a yearling. Has looked inexperienced on each start and does not have much to find to figure in this company. Extra furlong is positive.
Raven's Pass half-brother to Listed winner Massinga and two other winners. This trip is probably at the bottom of his range and the market should be informative.
Galileo half-brother to the yard's dual midde-distance winner Triplicate. Entered for next year's Derby and yard 10-45 with their turf juveniles in 2018.
Vocalised colt, dam a half-sister to Group 2 winner Turret Rocks and a Group 3 winner. Ran well on debut and produced a fair effort when dropped back to 5f at Navan. Should improve for this greater stamina test and stable landed this last year.
£4,500 Toronado half-sister to five minor winners. Highly tried on debut and the first juvenile runner for he trainer.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J S BolgerJ: K J Manning|
California Daddy (4/6), Sovereign (10/3), An Aingeal Dubh (8/1), Vocatus (12/1), Masaff (14/1), Biltmore (25/1), Red Bloodedcruiser (66/1)
- California Daddy
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