20:15 Dundalk Wed 17 April 2019
Looked ready for this sort of trip on his Navan reappearance which was a big improvement on his juvenile form. First AW run but pedigree offers no reason to believe it will inconvenience him. Yard 4-8 with this age group here this year.
Has shown very little in any of his three starts and none of the winners in his family scored beyond a mile.
Half-brother to four winners including Group 2 victor Centennial. Heavily supported ahead of comeback run when just finding one too good and yard have a good record in maidens here with this age group.
Rip Van Winkle filly out of a Dalakhani mare. Cost €9,000 as a yearling. Slowly in to stride on debut at Galway in July and best watched here.
Stepped up from her debut to finish third to a 1000 Guineas trial runner-up. Bred to be suited by this trip but giving away a fitness advantage to some improving rivals.
Last Year's Winner
|2||Drapers Guild||3||9-5||5/1||Full Result|
|T: J P O'BrienJ: D O'Brien|
Dunkirk Harbour (4/9), Pearlman (11/4), Mallacoota (6/1), Lady Of Luxury (50/1), Lethal Endeavour (66/1)
- Dunkirk Harbour
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