18:00 Killarney Tue 17 July 2018
Made a winning debut over 7f at the Curragh (good to firm) last month, springing a 33/1 shock. Held since at Tipperary and probably vulnerable again here for win purposes.
Lethal Force gelding out of a Holy Roman Emperor mare. Stable in consistent form this term and did well to get up late on and make winning debut at Roscommon (7f, good) last month.
No joy in pair of Curragh maidens over 6f but raised game when fifth of 11 in Listed Chesham Stakes at Ascot last month over 7f, represents Ballydoyle and must hold strong claims.
A €30,000 yearling, Finsceal Fior gelding. He's a half-brother to three winners, including useful winner up to 7f Joey's Destiny and winner up to 6f Sors.
Battle Of Marengo colt, cost 55,000 gns as a foal. Dam a half-sister to a Listed winner. Well held in two starst at Newbury and the Curragh, must improve to be in with a shout.
Ruler of The World filly. Half-sister to 1m2f winner Caterina and 7f winner Dream And Hop, needs a check in the betting on debut.
Last Year's Winner
Cardini (4/5), Kestrel Prince (3/1), Copia Verborum (7/2), Lethal Turbo (6/1), Iridessa (20/1), Patriot's Day (33/1), Rex Place (66/1)
- Kestrel Prince
- Lethal Turbo
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