16:25 Leopardstown Sat 15 September 2018
Won his maiden in good fashion at the Galway Festival but ruined his chance at the start at York last time. Worth giving another chance to and he ought to run well back up in trip here.
Won his debut at the Curragh but has struggled to make his presence felt subsequently. Well beaten in a Group 3 here in July before a moderate placed effort last time and others preferred at present.
Improved from maiden company to win at Roscommon last time and plenty to like about the manner of that win. More progress likely up in trip and holds each-way claims.
Impressive when winning on debut over C&D and getting the better of the well bred reopposing Sydney Opera House. That rival won next time and it would be no surprise to see him make his presence felt at this level.
C&D winner on debut and likely to take a step forward from that effort given he had looked green in the early stages. Each-way claims.
Beaten by Madhmoon over C&D on debut but stayed on well to get up at the Curragh next time. Second string on jockey bookings and may do better when tried over further given his pedigree.
Improved from a pair of maiden efforts to win at Gowran last week in cosy fashion. Sizable step forward needed here though and others bring stronger form to the table.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A P O'BrienJ: D O'Brien|
Madhmoon (6/5), Broome (7/2), Masaff (7/1), Cosmic Horizon (7/1), Pythion (8/1), Sydney Opera House (9/1), Western Australia (11/1), Copia Verborum (33/1), Channel Stuffer (66/1)
- Cosmic Horizon
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