13:25 Navan Sat 18 May 2019
Baltic King gelding. Dam unraced. Likely best watched on debut unless market vibes suggest otherwise in this field.
Red Jazz colt. Dam unraced. Picked up for relatively small money. Sports a hood on this first visit to the racetrack; watching brief.
By Camacho out of an unraced half-sister to smart 6f/7f winner Fifty Stars. Finished fourth of eight in maiden at Tipperary (5f, soft) on debut 23 days ago; should offer more.
War Command gelding. Half-brother to 1m2f-1m4f winner For Pleasure. Plenty stamina on the dam's side, market should reveal more on debut.
An €18,000 yearling, Gutaifan colt. Dam, maiden (stayed 1m1f), half-sister to useful winner up to 1m4f Tarakala. Yard well capable of having one ready, notable first-timer if money comes.
Dandy Man colt. Half-brother to winner up to 1m1f Great Dora and two-year-old 5f/6f winner Forever In Dreams; interesting newcomer with Colin Keane up.
A €19,000 foal, then changed hands for £45,000 as a yearling. Camacho colt is a half-brother to 6f winner Alfie's Angel and 1m-1m6f winner Darkolva. Second runner in here for Joseph O'Brien.
Tale Of The Cat colt, cost $37,000 as a yearling. Pedigree suggests he will want a bit further in time but shaped nicely enough on debut at Tipperary over this distance.
Gale Force Ten colt. Dam ran in Irish bumpers. Wears hood on first trip to the racecourse and a surprise should he account for this field.
Filly by Morpheus out of a Mr Greely mare. Half-sister to winners over 6f - 7f Our Generation and Maureb. Well held in pair of ordinary AW maidens at Dundalk so far.
€15,000 yearling by Anjaal out of a Motivator mare. Half-sister to Italian Group-placed two-year-old/1m2f winner Old Fox. Well held on debut at Naas but yard's newcomers often come on for a run.
Plenty winners in pedigree but only mustered ninth of 13 in maiden at Naas (5f, good; 50-1) on debut seven days ago and unlikely to find requisite improvement here.
Filly by Footstepsinthesand out of a Dylan Thomas mare. Sister to 1m½f winner Isotope; plenty stamina in dam's pedigree (hurdle winner). Eleventh of 13 in maiden at Naas (6f, good to soft; 16-1) on debut 19 days ago. Possible improver from top yard.
Dandy Man filly. Half-sister to several winners, including useful 7f-1m1f winner Kinky Afro and two-year-old winner Fullback. Stable going well and merits a close look in the betting.
Holy Roman Emperor filly out of a Nayef mare. Cost 55,000 guineas as a foal. Half-sister to 1m winner Raphael. Should improve for recent Naas debut when midfield in 6f maiden.
Last Year's Winner
|9||Evasive Power||2||9-5||22/1||Full Result|
|T: M O'CallaghanJ: L F Roche|
Roxette (7/2), Rebel Tale (11/2), Flower Garland (11/2), Cobb And Co (6/1), Formyboys (13/2), Latin Five (10/1), Amelia Jane (11/1), Golden Glow (14/1), Cursu Mina (16/1), Gypsy Dancer (20/1), Almost A Dream (33/1), Anyway (33/1), Clever Currency (50/1), Sea Breezer (50/1), Buachaill Or (50/1)
- Rebel Tale
- Cursu Mina
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