17:15 Navan Sat 18 May 2019
Galileo colt, brother to a Group 1 winner who was the dam of 2,000 Guineas winner Saxon Warrior. Runner-up on reappearance/second start at Naas (1m2f, good to yielding) but since failed to justify short odds at Cork. Respected nonetheless.
Unsold 280,000 gns yearling, a half-brother to multiple winner and could be capable of a decent showing on first outing, watch betting.
Inexpensive purchase at Newmarket sales last year. Related to winners on the continent but rates unlikely first-time-out winner.
By Footstepsinthesand, makes first start here and trainer is enjoying a decent spell, though chances are he's one for further down the line.
Colt by Bungle Inthejungle out of a Lemon Drop Kid Mare. Yard having low-key time of it, 66-1 and tailed off last month on debut over 7f at Gowran Park, up in trip with plenty improvement called for.
Cape Cross colt is first foal out of 1m3f-1m4f winner. Makes debut, only of interest should market vibes suggest a bit run is anticipated.
Makes plenty of appeal on pedigree (a daughter of Frankel out of Coronation Stakes winner Maids Causeway), though finished only midfield on debut at Naas (1m, yielding) last month. Potential improver.
Last Year's Winner
|10||Broad Street||3||9-5||11/8||Full Result|
|T: D K WeldJ: D P McDonogh|
Barbados (4/6), Elizabeth Way (2/1), Red Gerry (5/2), Bitcoin Boy (8/1), Rayounpour (10/1), Jess's Corner (25/1), Cash Cowboy (25/1), Macaban City (50/1)
- Red Gerry
- Elizabeth Way
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