16:25 Listowel Mon 10 September 2018
Oasis Dream colt, dam a Listed winner and half-sister to 12-time Group winner Famous Name and two more pattern level winners. Off the mark at the third time of asking in a 7f maiden at the Galway festival. Open to plenty of improvement.
Invincible Spirit colt cost €300,000 as a yearling. Off the mark at the fourth time of asking in a 7½f maiden on soft ground at Roscommon last month. Could be of interest with more improvement on the cards.
Beaten as favourite on all four career starts to date including a 4L defeat at the hands of Zander at the Galway festival when last seen in July over 7f. Needs to improve soon.
Built on a promising debut when successful over 7f at Galway latest on yielding ground before disappointing as the favourite over 7f at the Curragh on handicap debut finishing over 8L adrift of the winner Cardini. Will need to improve here.
Excelebration colt, cost €15,000 as a foal. Half-brother to three winners including two as a juvenile. Solid handicapper and likely to be on the premises once again.
Distance winner of a Bellewstown maiden before disappointing at Leopardstown and Killarney recently. Opposable on recent form and in first-time visor.
Last Year's Winner
|3||Warm The Voice||2||9-7||7/4||Full Result|
|T: B W DukeJ: K J Manning|
Invincible Karma (5/4), Mount Tabora (10/3), Zander (5/1), Facethepuckout (7/1), Highway To Success (8/1), Cedars Of Lebanon (25/1)
- Invincible Karma
- Mount Tabora
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