17:20 Killarney Tue 14 May 2019
Gelding by So You Think out of a Green Desert mare. Dam, winner on the Flat over 6f as a two-year-old. Market possibly the best guide on debut.
Full-brother to useful 6f/7f winner Penny Pepper, and half-brother to several other winners. Solid and consistent form in a couple of starts at Leopardstown and Clonmel last month. Could be a big player over this trip bringing plenty of improvement.
Colt by Frankel out of a Darshaan mare. Dam two-time winner on the Flat between 7f and 1m4f. Worth a market check on debut representing a yard which landed a double on Sunday.
Mastercraftsman colt and a half-brother to winner Hazmiyra. Expected to improve on a promising fifth of 16 beaten 7L on debut in a Naas maiden over 7f.
Colt by Australia out of a Military mare. Dam won Grade 2 in America and also won as a juvenile. Played a minor role on debut in a Leopardstown maiden when last seen in October alongside two stablemates.
Cape Cross gelding out of a Bertolini mare. Cost €20,000 as a yearling. Dam placed between 6f/7f. Half-sister to 1m4½f Group 2 winner Star Lahib. Improvement required on second start following 14L defeat on debut in a Cork 1m2f maiden last month.
Last Year's Winner
Elite Trooper Grey (9/4), Hasankey (5/2), Kangaroo Valley (11/4), Strongbowe (11/4), Eminent Authority (13/2), Lancastria (8/1), Doyouthinkso (33/1)
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