13:55 Down Royal Sat 23 June 2018
Late April foal by Dandy Man out of a Desert Prince mare. Yard not known for their juveniles who are 3/112 in the last five years.
Son of No Nay Never out of a mare who was a winner three times on the Flat. Pushed along from halfway on debut over 6f finishing down the field beaten 8L. Worth a check in the betting from yard with a good record at this meeting.
Born To Sea gelding out of a Holy Roman Emperor related to multiple Sha Tin winners Designs On Rome and Beauty Only. Finished third of five in maiden on the AW at Dundalk on debut last month. Likely to improve on that run.
Disappointing last of five on debut at Dundalk on the AW last month well adrift of Rangefield Express. Will need to improve here.
First-time hood is reached for following dismal display on debut in a Curragh maiden earlier this month. Market check needed.
Another of three Dandy Man colts in the race finished last of six beaten 11L on debut in a Navan 5f maiden earlier this month. Hard to place any faith in.
March foal by Camacho out of a Chineur mare related to sturdy types Humidor, Arctic Feeling and recent Royal Ascot winner Signora Cabello. Yard not known for their youngsters and watching brief here.
March foal by Elusive Pimpernel out of a Bach mare. Sire isn't exactly re-writing the record books with his progeny and liable to find a couple quicker.
March foal by Camacho out of a Efisio mare related to recent winners Cameo Star, Terri Rules and Royal Ascot winner Signora Cabello. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J P MurtaghJ: C R King|
Kafu (11/8), Rangefield Express (11/4), Rest Bay (6/1), Anna's Girl (10/1), Lady Baroness (12/1), Elusive Fantasy (16/1), The Black Dandy (16/1), Sunday Scholar (20/1), From Glen To Glen (25/1)
- Rangefield Express
- Rest Bay
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