15:30 Navan Sat 14 July 2018
A relatively inexpensive filly out of Choisir, she hasn't achieved much in two runs and continues to get a watching brief for now.
Casamento gelding is a half-brother to winner up to 5½f Powerful Wind and two-year-old 7f winner Clodovil Queen. Market will reveal more on debut outing.
Zebedee gelding cost €2,200 as a yearling. A half-brother to five winners including Hot Coffee and Partisan Art, he finished seventh of 10 in maiden at Fairyhouse (7f, good) on debut this week. Needs to improve.
Dandy Man half-sister to three minor winners. Came home fifth of nine in a maiden at Naas (7f, good to firm) on debut 17 days ago, gets the champion jockey on his side now.
War Front full-sister to Group winner Intelligence Cross, Listed winner Warning Flag and half-sister to five more winners. Fourth of six in maiden at Naas (1m, good to firm) on third outing recently, despite missing the kick. Capable of improving.
Makfi filly who cost 13,000 gns as a yearling and is a half-sister to a couple of winners. Slowly away and finished seventh of eight in a maiden at Cork (6½f, good) on debut, needs a good deal more.
Dawn Approach filly, bred for a bit further than this trip, probably best watched on debut unless there's money around.
Full-sister to 2-y-o 5f winner Giselle's Charm. Second in both starts thus far, including in a maiden at Bellewstown (5f, good to firm) eight days ago. Sets the standard for the others to aim at now.
Last Year's Winner
|6||He's Complete||4||9-10||16/1||Full Result|
|T: J A StackJ: C D Hayes|
View The Bay (4/7), Fire Opal (4/1), Elegant Lass (7/1), Goneinsixtyseconds (10/1), House Of Fools (14/1), Misty Dawn (25/1), Invinsible (33/1), Burns Wild (40/1)
- View The Bay
- Fire Opal
- Elegant Lass
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