17:25 Leopardstown Fri 17 May 2019
€70,000 yearling, War Command colt. Half-brother to three winners, including 7f winner Aimez La Vie. Good jockey on board for this debut outing and worth a look.
$140,000 foal, Kitten's Joy colt. Dam, unraced, closely related to useful US winner up to 1m1f (juvenile 1m winner) Tiger Walk. Trainer/jockey team enjoying fine time of it, much-respected.
€65,000 yearling, Mastercraftsman colt is a half-brother to 6f winner Caitie and 1m½f winner Petruchio. May come on for this first outing.
52,000 gns yearling, Australia colt is a half-brother to 6f winners Papa Luigi and Big Brave Bob. Stable starting to hit some form (2-4 lately) and worth noting on first run.
Camelot colt cost €68,000 foal then changed hands for €100,000 as a yearling. Makes some appeal on paper and betting should prove informative.
War Front colt. Dam, 1m-1m2f winner, sister to high-class winner up to 1m4f Magician. Represents best in the business on debut and two-year-old's have been finding the target first time out.
By Epaulette €5,500 yearling; first foal; dam 7f winner. Modest pedigree and failed to beat a rival home on debut at Naas, others readily preferred.
€100,000 yearling, Australia colt. Closely related to multiple winners, including smart winner up to 2m½f Eye of The Storm. Yard can get one ready and 1-7 with two-year-old's this season so far.
Galileo colt. Closely related to 6f-1m winner Zeeran and half-brother to three winners, including top-class winner up to 1m Canford Cliffs. One of three interesting Ballydoyle newcomers.
War Front colt. Brother to very smart winner up to 1m2½f Lancaster Bomber. Promising pedigree and completes strong trio of newcomers for Aidan O'Brien here with betting likely to rank them.
Starspangledbanner filly, closely related to winner up to 5½f Miss Rosina. Newcomers for yard doing well but may find a few better placed in this field.
Last Year's Winner
|10||Bold Approach||2||9-5||13/2||Full Result|
|T: J S BolgerJ: K J Manning|
King Arthurs Sword (11/4), War Leader (3/1), Toronto (5/1), Gibson Desert (7/1), Masteroffoxhounds (8/1), Britannia Kitten (9/1), Mohican Heights (14/1), Lil Grey (25/1), At War (28/1), Megans Beau (50/1), Darkest Hour (50/1)
- War Leader
- Britannia Kitten
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