16:35 Killarney Sun 15 July 2018

  • Irish Stallion Farms EBF Median Auction Maiden
  • 1m 3f 35y, Good (Good to Firm in places)
  • 6 Runners
  • Winner€12,012.002nd€3,724.003rd€1,774.004th€800.005th€312.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:2m 34.05sOff time:16:38:47
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1
(6)
59-11OR:
66/1

Has looked poor on all starts under both codes and she is easily passed over following a career-worst effort last time.

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2
(2)
49-5OR:
5/1

Footstepsinthesand colt out of a Seeking The Gold mare related to multiple winners Hooded, eleventh of 15 in maiden at the Curragh (1m2f, good to firm) on debut 49 days ago, sporting a hood (retained) and getting away slowly. More needed.

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3
(3)
49-5OR: 73
4/6

Authorized gelding with merit on pedigree and represents the champion jumps trainer. Ran well behind subsequent Group 2 winner Nelson on debut and promising second at Listowel (1m, heavy) next time. Poor in final 2017 run, should leave it behind.

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4
(4)
7/1

Vocalised colt is a half-brother to 6f-1m2f winner Sophisticated Heir and 1m3f winner Clinical Approach. Makes debut for Bolger yard and useful 7lb claimer a help. Market check needed.

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5
(5)
49-0OR:
4/1

Big Bad Bob filly. Dam, ran once, closely related to smart 1m-1m2f winner Beach Bunn. Represents Dermot Weld team, watch betting and respect the money.

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6
(1)
49-0OR:
20/1

Jeremy filly from an unraced dam, picked up for small money as a two-year-old. Watching brief on debut seems safest option.

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Last Year's Winner

Last year's winner is unavailable

Betting

Forecast

Maze Runner (4/6), Highdive (4/1), Acrux Cass (5/1), Singing'n'dancing (7/1), Shes Gold (20/1), Run For The Roses (66/1)

Verdict

Maze Runner was a bitter disappointment on his final juvenile outing at Cork in October for Willie Mullins. The pick of his form last year clearly entitles him to go close however, while the champion jockey stays on board for this return. Highdive is a newcomer of note representing Dermot Weld's string but this might go to SINGING'N'DANCING, who is related to Jim Bolger's winners Sophisticated Heir and Clinical Approach and should get a no-nonsense ride from promising apprentice Luke McAteer on debut.
  1. Singing'n'dancing
  2. Maze Runner
  3. Highdive

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