18:25 Galway Tue 30 July 2019
Newcomer by Footstepsinthesand is a full sister to 5f-1m winner Confrontational (inc at 2/AW). Market can guide as to expectations.
Well-bred Dark Angel filly set a stiff task when fifth to a subsequent Group Three winner on debut at Leopardstown but should improve plenty having raced greenly and merits serious respect for the Galway king now.
8,000 gns two-year-old Kodiac filly showed glimpses of ability when fifth at Fairyhouse two weeks ago and she should improve now so may have a place chance here.
Newcomer by crack sire Acclamation is closely related to 1m winner Monaadhil and half-sister to 1m AW 2yo winner Cecchini. Represents top yard excellent with newcomers so highly respected.
325,000gns yearling by Dark Angel. Well related being a full-sister to the talented Sovereign Debt. In need of the run when 14th of 17 at Naas but given yard she will likely improve plenty although looks stable second string.
Footstepsinthesand filly was a well beaten 13th of 15 on debut at the Curragh so can only be watched here.
Filly by Power out of an Authorized mare. Sent off a big prices in all three career starts to date and needs a chunk of improvement to figure in this contest.
Newcomer by Australia; half-sister to winners Raphael Santi (7f-1m3f Ire 2yo/Hungary), Flower Of May (6f) and Syrena (6.6f turf/7f AW). Stable third string on jockey booking so probably best watched.
€1,100,000 full-sister to G1 Criterium International winner Johannes Vermeer still holds a Group One entry after two defeats but fourth at Leopardstown behind a subsequent Group Three winner beaten 2L was decent form and she has strong claims here.
By Gleneagles out of Phoenix Sprint Stakes winner Scream Blue Murder and showed plenty of her parents ability when third of seven on debut at Leopardstown. That some of the best form on offer and with a jump forward likely she should go close.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A P O'BrienJ: D O'Brien|
Azila (2/1), Too Soon To Panic (11/4), Petite Mustique (3/1), Raven's Cry (4/1), Chasing The Dawn (8/1), Mythic (11/1), Darkest (16/1), Cape Town Lady (33/1), Acquiescent (50/1), Cara's Company (50/1), Footie (66/1), Mighty Mirage (100/1)
- Petite Mustique
- Too Soon To Panic
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