15:20 Gowran Park Sun 5 May 2019

  • Irish Stallion Farms EBF Race
  • 1m, Yielding (Good in Places)
  • 5 Runners
  • Winner€12,320.002nd€3,820.003rd€1,820.004th€820.005th€320.00
  • Surface: Turf
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Winning time:1m 42.81sOff time:15:20:22
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(2)
39-4OR: C
9/4

Gelding by Lawman out of a Polish Precedent mare. In mid-division for most of the way before making headway under 2f out when runner-up on debut and went one better over 7f here. Shaped as though he should improve up a furlong and be competitive.

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2
(3)
39-4OR: 85
33/1

Big horse who created a favourable impression on debut before landing a Listowel maiden in September that worked out well. Disappointing on third start at Naas and again on reappearance at Cork. Others look stronger candidates.

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(1)
39-4OR: 102
2/1

Off the mark at the fourth attempt as a juvenile and improved on that when fourth in a Group 3 at Leopardstown. Matched that form on return again over the same 7f in the Listed 2000 Guineas Trial on stable debut. Sets the standard up in trip.

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4
(5)
39-4OR: 84D
8/1

War Front colt an well on seasonal debut at Naas finishing 5½L adrift of the impressive Wargrave and duly improved up to this trip for a breakthrough success at Dundalk. Going the right way now and a lot more to offer at this distance.

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(4)
39-4OR: 92D
2/1

Siyouni colt out of a Marju mare. Closely related to 7f winner Sharliyna and half-brother to 1m winner Shahzeena. Promise on debut third last year and improved significantly on reappearance to win over this trip at Navan. Rates a nice prospect.

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Betting

Forecast

Sherkali (2/1), Could Be King (2/1), Basic Law (9/4), National Guard (8/1), Check My Pulse (33/1)

Verdict

Could Be King has very strong form at 7f and sets a high standard but despite the small field all five like to race close to the pace and his stamina could be severely tested up to a mile. National Guard is improving with time and Basic Law has done well in two starts but preference is for SHERKALI who won a strong maiden on his second start and looks a smart prospect for the future.
  1. Sherkali
  2. National Guard
  3. Could Be King

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