16:35 Navan Sat 30 March 2019
Gelded son of Camelot bought for €110,000 at the sales as a yearling. Held up in rear on debut in a Leopardstown maiden when last seen in July. Improvement would come as no surprise.
Gelding by Vocalised out of a Imperial Ballet mare. Dwelt at the start and behind for most of the race on debut in a Southwell maiden over 7f earlier this month. Hard to fancy until showing signs of ability.
Home-bred Bolger-owned gelding by Pour Moi out of a Teofilo mare. Yard's inmates look forward for the start of the season following Value Chain and Vocal Duke running well in defeat at Naas last Sunday.
Son of Helmet purchased for 25,000 gns at the sales last October. Half-brother to a winning sprinter in France. Well down the field in a couple of juvenile starts last season and likely to struggle in this company.
Gale Force Ten gelding out of a Amadeus Wolf mare. Cost €5,000 as a yearling. Last of 13 beaten over 14L on sole start in a 7f maiden on the AW at Dundalk last month. Needs to improve significantly.
Invincible Spirit half-brother to useful winners Devotee and Flight Officer, out of a 1m/1m1f winner. Encouraging debut when keeping on under pressure to finish ninth of 23 beaten over 7L in a Curragh maiden over 7f in August. One to shortlist.
Gelding by Kodiac out of a King's Best mare. Cost 75,000gns as a yearling. Half-brother to winners up to 1m Baltic King and Double Czech. Dam 1m winner at two. Likely to be of more interest with a run under his belt.
Sir Percy gelding out of an Invincible Spirit mare. Dwelt and towards rear on debut in a Dundalk 1m maiden on the AW last month, finishing a never nearer 10th of 13. Possibly to be of more interest once handicapping.
War Command gelding out of a Speightown mare fetched 42,000gns as a yearling. Sire won the Coventry and Dewhurst as a two-year-old. Disappointed on debut last April finishing last of five beaten 14L here in a maiden contest. More needed on return.
Colt by Planteur out of a Anabaa mare. Held up towards rear on debut in a Gowran Park maiden when last seen in October, finishing seventh of 15 beaten 12½L. Tough ask on return to action and others preferred.
By War Command out of a Oratoria mare. Cost 35,000 gns, a half-brother to the versatile Dolce Strega (winner over 5f -7f) and mile winner Bumbasina. Needs to improve on November debut at Naas when missing the start finishing 18th of 19.
Gelded son of Born To Sea and a half-brother to a couple of decent winners. Plenty to work on after going down nearly 20L over this trip at Naas on debut in September.
Colt by Dark Angel out of a Dalakhani mare. Half-brother to 7f winner Shelannga. Dam placed at 7f as a two-year-old. Likely to be of interest for respected connections.
Canford Cliffs gelding out of a Pivotal mare. Cost €34,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to 7f/1m winner Onenightidreamed and 1m-1m2f victor Rotherwick. Worth a market check with yard starting in good form at Naas on Sunday.
Home-bred Vocalised colt out of a Galileo mare. Brother to 1m-1m6f winner Cimeara. Likely to be of more interest went sent over further.
Filly by Camelot out of a Selkirk mare. Needs to improve on dour debut performance at Naas in November over 6f on soft ground. Hard to place any faith in.
Filly by Galileo out of a Timber Country mare. Half-sister to 1m-1m2f Group 1 winner Mukhadram. Dam once-raced half-sister to Group 1 victor Kirklees and St Leger winner Mastery. Likely to be of interest in the market.
Last Year's Winner
Tracker Saga (7/4), Inflection Point (3/1), Shelir (9/2), Just So (7/1), Piano Solo (8/1), Starlite Dancer (16/1), Kefallonia (20/1), Castle Chase (20/1), Tempestas (20/1), Clemencia (33/1), Masque Of Anarchy (40/1), Rule The Sea (50/1), Raffaello (50/1), Micro Latency (50/1), Dromod Lad (66/1), Force Of Cashen (66/1), Nanning City (66/1), Cactus Tree (66/1)
- Tracker Saga
- Just So
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