14:20 Naas Sat 13 April 2019
Make Believe colt, cost €25,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to seven winners including a Group 2 winning sprinter. Beautifully bred and interesting to see what the market makes of him on debut.
Dream Ahead colt, cost €32,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to five winners including a Grade 3 winner. Likely to be in need of further than this.
Tale Of The Cat colt, cost $37,000 as a yearling. Pedigree suggests he will want further than this and there has to be doubts over whether soft ground will be his bag.
Dragon Pulse colt, cost €15,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to French middle distance winner. Dam an AW winner over middle distances. This trip could prove sharp on debut but worth a market check.
Bungle Inthejungle gelding, cost €14,000 as a yearling. Brother to a juvenile sprint winner and dam a winner over 7f. A negative sign that he's already gelded but interesting to see what the market makes of him on debut.
Lethal Force colt, cost 19,000 gns as foal and €15,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to two winners (one sprinter) and dam a half-sister to 6f juvenile Group 3 winner. Yard not known for their success with debutantes but makes some appeal on pedigree.
Swiss Spirit colt, cost €2,500 as a yearling. Half-brother to a 5f juvenile winner. Dam a half-sister to a 5f Group 3 winner. Bred for this trip but sale price is off putting. Wears first-time blinkers.
Alhebayeb colt, beaten out of sight on debut over C&D last month when very green. Needs to leave that effort behind here.
Mukhadram filly, cost 16,000 gns as a yearling. Half-sister to 7f juvenile winner. Dam a 6f AW winner and a half-sister to two more winners. Second string on jockey bookings but looks worth a market check.
Filly by Bated Breath out of a Imperial Ballet mare. €10,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to seven winners including King Of Nepal, Lady Marl and Rockfast. Dam winner over 1m in the US. Disappointed on debut at Dundalk last week; plenty more needed.
Filly by Dawn Approach out of a Street Cry mare. €7,200 yearling. Dam 9½f winner on the AW. Half-sister to US 7f - 1m Grade 1 winner Gabby's Golden Gal. Ran okay on debut when fifth of 11 here but may benefit from a step up in trip at some point.
Hot Streak filly, cost €3,500 as a yearling. Dam a French middle distance winner. Not the most obvious type on paper but she's first string on jockey bookings.
Dragon Pulse filly, cost €4,500 as a yearling. Dam a half-sister to 5f juvenile Listed winner. Interesting newcomer but market likely best guide on debut.
Anjaal filly, cost €7,000 as a yearling. Half sister to eight winners, largely sprinters. Dam a half-sister to a Group 2 winner over this trip. Makes some appeal on paper and useful claimer takes off 7lb; interesting contender.
Last Year's Winner
Liar Liar (5/1), Windham Belle (5/1), Capel At Dawn (6/1), Mogwli (13/2), Hot Dakota (10/1), Rebel Tale (12/1), Complete Fantasy (12/1), Liath Luachra (12/1), Dragon Of Malta (12/1), Yolo Aris (16/1), Real Force (25/1), In From The Cold (25/1), Discoland (33/1), Shining Forth (50/1)
- Windham Belle
- Real Force
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