15:05 Dundalk Thu 12 July 2018
Frozen Power colt, cost €17,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to a Listed winner and dam a winning sprinter. Showed very little on debut and more needed here.
Colt by Iffraaj out of a Cape Cross mare. Cost 62,000gns as a foal. Closely related to Muthmir and 7f Group 3 winner My Titania. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Galileo colt is a brother to several winners, including 1m winner Vantage Point. Last of five on debut here over 1m2½f. Plenty to prove on second start here.
Lord Shanakill colt well held in a Listowel maiden last month and must improve on form shown at Dundalk in 1m AW maiden in November.
Possibly out of his depth in the Irish 2,000 Guineas in May but has shown plenty of promise in his previous career starts. Gelded since his last start and has strong claims if handling the track.
Filly by Epiulette out of a Intikhab mare. Last of seven beaten 35L on debut last month at Hamilton and difficult to see any improvement in this company.
€25,000 as a yearling by Epaulaette out of a Suave Dancer mare. Half-sister to plenty of winners including Ajman King and Third Intention. Looks a long-term prospect.
Camacho filly. Closely related to 1m2f-1m4f winner Ottaviano Augusto and 7f winner Yulong Xiongba. Missed the start when ninth of 10 on Gowran Park debut last month. Others preferred.
Filly by Most Improved out of a Golan mare. Cost €5,000 as a foal. Half-sister to useful winners Forgotten Hero and Copper Dock. Will possibly need the experience here on debut.
Maxios filly, cost €4,200 as a yearling. Half-sister to three winners and dam a Listed winner and half-sister to two more. Well held on first two career starts and unlikely to play a part in the finish here.
Giant's Causeway debutant is half-sister to six winners. Dam Group Three winner over 7f. Finished down the field on debut at Naas when last seen in October and possibly best watched on return to the track.
Camacho filly out of a Greenwood Lake mare. Well beaten ion two career starts on turf including a 14L defeat at Bellewstown last month. Needs to improve significantly.
Last Year's Winner
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Would Be King (1/4), Indianapolis (7/2), Cloak Of Darkness (7/1), Pearl Delta (33/1), Patriot Affair (50/1), Jo Binney (50/1), Madame Fair (50/1), Nexxia (50/1), Little Camacho (66/1), The Perch (66/1), Arctic Edge (66/1), Duquesa Beach (100/1)
- Would Be King
- Cloak Of Darkness
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