16:35 Naas Sat 13 April 2019
Got the better of re-opposing Latrobe in the Irish St Leger last year and wasn't seen to best effect in a muddling affair on Champions' Day before a disappointing end of season run in France. Classy sort but opposable down at this trip.
Irish Derby winner who's struggled to match that level of form since with his best effort coming when runner-up to Flag Of Honour in the Irish St Leger. This trip looks short of his best and others rate as more likely winners, despite a class drop.
Won the Derby Trial at Leopardstown before a respectable fifth in the main event at Epsom. He was a beaten favourite down in class last time out but he's better than that and worthy of respect on his favoured underfoot conditions here.
Very talented and progressive filly last year who went on from her Champions' Day Group 1 success to finish a narrow second to two-time Arc winner Enable at the Breeders' Cup. That's by far and away the strongest form on offer here.
Career best when landing a Listed race at Naas in November after a respectable effort in the Ebor. Hasn't given the impression that a drop in trip is what's needed though and looks opposable here.
Group 3 winner in August 2016 but hasn't won since and his comeback effort here last month was below par. Better over further than this and others make more appeal.
Looked hugely progressive last year and has won five of his eight career starts. Best effort yet when winning a C&D Listed race last month and certainly worth a crack at this level, though will struggled to get the better of the O'Brien filly.
Front-runner who loves heavy ground and has won four Group races in his time. Main concern would be that conditions won't get testing enough for him here to be seen at his best.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A P O'BrienJ: R L Moore|
Magical (1/1), Mustajeer (4/1), Latrobe (6/1), Still Standing (7/1), Flag Of Honour (12/1), Hazapour (12/1), Success Days (20/1), Stellar Mass (66/1)
- Still Standing
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