14:05 Naas Sun 19 May 2019
Full-brother to US dual Grade 1 1¼m winner Avenge and half-brother to several other winners. Produced a demolition job with ease on debut over this trip last month looking a smart prospect in the making. Should prove hard to beat.
Lethal Force colt, cost 19,000 gns as foal and €15,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to two winners and dam a half-sister to 6f juvenile Group 3 winner. Ran on well despite slow start to win on debut and should improve for the experience.
Half-brother to four winners including Paddy's Saltantes was a comfortable winner over C&D but slightly below that over 6f here subsequently. Form stands up but looked precocious and others may improve more.
Anjaal filly, cost €7,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to eight winners, largely sprinters. Dam a half-sister to a Group 2 winner. Left C&D debut readily behind when making all at Dundalk this month. Likely to improve again.
Last Year's Winner
Pistoletto (1/5), Red Epaulette (6/1), Real Force (16/1), Windham Belle (25/1)
- Real Force
- Windham Belle
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