14:00 Navan Sat 14 July 2018
Canford Cliffs gelding whose dam was a maiden and stayed up to a mile. Makes debut and doesn't appear to be a likely winner first time out.
Sayif colt, cost 800 gns as a foal and 1,500 gns as a yearling. Dam a half-sister to three winners including a Listed scored. Sent off 66/1, finished sixth of 10 in maiden at the Curragh (6f, good to firm) on debut a fortnight ago.
Scat Daddy colt is a brother to smart two-year-old 5f/6f winner Sioux Nation. Not one of the Ballydoyle stars, slowly away Bellewstown last time before finishing fifth of six. Should get the hang of things.
€10,000 foal, Vale of York colt. Dam was a two-year-o old 6f/7f winner. Watching brief here on debut unless market says different.
Dragon Pulse filly. Dam 6f-1m2f winner. Yard not noted for sending out first-time winners.
Lightly-raced Invincible Spirit filly, second for Ballydoyle in here, not disgraced in Listed fare at Tipperary last time. Entitled to consideration.
€90,000 Kodiac filly. Dam a half-sister to a juvenile Listed winner over 6f. Looked set to make a winning debut until the more experienced winner pulled out a bit more here. Second again since at Naas, sets the standard.
Charm Spirit filly is a half-sister to two-year-old 6f winner Disprove. Watching brief on debut, with some useful prospects against her.
Last Year's Winner
Rita Levi (4/9), Fantasy (5/1), Isle Of Innisfree (5/1), Golden Eye Diamond (10/1), Rockview Spirit (25/1), Treasure Vale (25/1), Dragons Call (40/1), Blackstone Cliff (40/1)
- Rita Levi
- Isle Of Innisfree
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