13:50 Killarney Sun 15 July 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. Sixth of seven in maiden at Leopardstown (1m, good to firm) on second outing, visor added here.
Galileo colt, half-brother to Bounding (Australian Group 1 winning sprinter). Dam a Group 3 winner and full-sister to a Group 2 winner. Finished seventh of 10 in maiden at the Curragh (7f, good to firm) a fortnight ago, will surely do better.
A 150,000 gns yearling by Australia, half-brother to three winners, including useful 1m4f winner Horseshoe Bay and 5f/6f winner Fortitude. Second Ballydoyle runner, interesting newcomer.
A €56,000 yearling, he was resold for 82,000 gns as a yearling. Acclamation colt is a brother to two-year-old 7f winner Ray Donovan. Represents good yard on debut.
Morpheus colt who cost €16,000 as a yearling. Related to a few winners at two but yet to beat a rival home in three starts, folding tamely over 7f at the Curragh last time.
Moohaajim colt cost €23,000 as a foal, fetched 60,000 gns as a yearling. Related to multiple winners including winner up to 1m Lisard Lady and 6f winner Mr Orange. Top jumps yard 0-2 with juveniles on Flat in 2018.
March colt cost $350,000 as a yearling related to Group 1 Breeders' Cup Turf winner Talismatic. Finished sixth of 13 in maiden at Gowran Park (7f, good) on debut three weeks ago, should do better now.
Vocalised filly whose dam was an unraced half-sister to useful 1m-1m2½f winner Coolcullen Times. Represents Bolger team, worth paying attention to in betting.
Cost just €2,000 and already has a lot to prove after failing to land a telling blow in either start so far. Watching brief for now.
Last Year's Winner
Anthony Van Dyck (10/11), Yonkers (11/4), Broome (8/1), An Aingeal Dubh (12/1), Claim The Lady (14/1), Ploughland (16/1), Recent Revelations (20/1), Pyeongchang (100/1), Deep House (100/1)
- Anthony Van Dyck
- Claim The Lady
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