18:10 Sligo Tue 18 June 2019
Looked to be coming back to form in a Listowel 7f handicap when third of 13 beaten 1¼L behind Engles Rock earlier this month. Very interesting challenger in this contest.
Won on seasonal debut in a Gowran Park 7f maiden last month. Beaten since but the daughter of Gale Force Ten is approached with plenty of respect in this company.
Had shown plenty of promise in a number of starts for trainer Denis Quinn as a juvenile. Finished last of 15 on a disastrous return to action at Doncaster in April. Market likely to be the best guide to expectations on stable debut.
Gale Force Ten gelding out of a King's Best mare. Half-brother to three winners including 1m winner in the US, Jeremy's Legacy. Market possibly the best guide on racecourse introduction.
By Vocalised out of a Johannesburg mare. Well held on debut on sole start for trainer Peter Fahey when last seen in November. Best watched on debut for new connections unless the market suggests otherwise.
Seven-race maiden on turf but has been running well in defeat in a couple of recent starts here last month and at Tipperary over 5f earlier this month. Appears to be progressing and looks dangerous in first-time blinkers.
Last Year's Winner
Sunset Nova (9/4), Galtee Mist (9/4), Check My Pulse (9/2), Master Matt (5/1), Mid Atlantic Storm (9/1), Rudisha (50/1)
- Sunset Nova
- Check My Pulse
- Galtee Mist
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