17:20 Galway Tue 9 October 2018
Milan gelding out of a Glacial Storm mare. Cost €30,000 half-brother to sturdy types, Jezki and One For Arthur. Looks a long term prospect.
Inexpensive €15,000 as a three-year-old, gelding by Well Chosen out of a Alderbrook mare. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Gelding by Fairly Ransom out of a Witness Box mare related to French Grade 2 winner Korfou De Maspie. Promising on debut at Ballinrobe when last seen in May and needs to step up again.
Gelding by Morozov out of a Beveled mare. Half-brother to the handy Opening Batsmen and Eduard. Well held on debut at Navan last month and others preferred.
A €56,000 three-year-old, No Risk At All gelding. Half-brother to multiple winners, including fairly useful chaser Torpille d'Ainay. Beaten favourite on debut at Sligo in August but likely to be a warm order here.
Sixties Icon gelding half-brother to Prix de L'arc de Triomphe winner Marienbard. Will look to improve from disappointing debut at Listowel last month.
Jeremy filly that cost €10,000 as a three-year-old. Dam was a winner of a bumper and hurdle contest over 2m4f.Last of seven on debut at Downpatrick last month with no hint of possible improvement.
Filly by Vinnie Roe out of a Sonus mare. Half-sister to decent sorts Claret Cloak and The Crafty Butcher. Hard to see her making significant impact on debut.
Fourth of eight on debut at Galway last month over 2m½f on soft ground. Plenty more needed in this group.
Filly by Golden Lariat out of a Daylami mare. Half-sister to winners Dingo Dollar and Fayette Society. Likely to need more time.
Hails from a family full of winners and she is a full-sister to the useful Leave At Dawn. Initial form has tailed off somewhat and the Presenting filly is best watched here.
Last Year's Winner
|The Gunner Murphy||4||11-7||9/2|
|T: Joseph P O'BrienJ: Mr D O'Connor|
Poker D'Ainay (2/1), Midnight Run (7/2), Mister Fogpatches (4/1), Ghurba (9/2), Jeremys Flame (5/1), The Dude Abides (12/1), Late Again (14/1), Duca Di Milano (16/1), Kilshanvey Lady (33/1), Murray Bridge (33/1), Amor Verdadero (50/1), Bridget Cottage (66/1)
- Poker D'Ainay
- Mister Fogpatches
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