15:35 Galway Sat 3 August 2019
Dandy Man gelding out of a Captain Rio mare. Cost £14,000 as a two-year-old. Half-brother to multiple winners Bint Dandy and Dapper Man. Needs to step up on a couple of poor starts so far.
Full sister to 2016 Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Jet Setting. Not seen on the racecourse for getting on two years. Market likely to be the best guide.
Elzaam gelding out of a Royal Acaemy mare. Dam beaten on two career starts between 7f and 1m. Best watched on debut for Co Kildare yard.
Elusive Pimpernel colt out of a Nayef mare. Seventh of 13 beaten a little over 6L on debut at Dundalk in February since but subsequent absence a concern.
Still an entire by Cerberus out of a Montjeu mare. Running well in defeat in a couple of starts when last seen in February on the AW at Dundalk. Time off a concern.
Dark Angel gelding and a half-brother to a couple of winners for this stable. Promising third of 15 beaten 5¼L on debut in a Limerick 1m maiden when last seen in June. One for the shortlist.
£5,000 as a three-year-old by Oasis Dream out of a Halling mare. Dam won between 7½f and 1m1½f. Modest effort on debut when finishing down the field at Ballinrobe over 1m1½f and looks up against it.
Bungle Inthejungle gelding out of a Verglas mare. Dam, seven-race maiden, placed over 7f. Last of 15 on debut at Fairyhouse over 6f in June and hard to place any faith in here.
Experienced five-race maiden has failed to beaten any of his last 49 rivals in four starts since February and unlikely to be making a significant impact in this contest.
Colt by Galileo out of an Oasis Dream mare. Dam won on AW and a stakes winner at this trip in America on fast ground. Market should reveal more.
Born To Sea gelding out of a Pivotal mare. Dam was a winner over 1m on the AW. Midfield in only race to date and should improve although others here boast more convincing claims.
Colt by Holy Roman Emperor out of a Dalakhani mare. Well held in a couple of starts to date and unlikely to be making any improvement in this contest.
Six-race maiden who is one of the more experienced in this contest. Improvement has to be noted in his last couple of starts and is more than capable of a big run in this contest.
Kodiac filly, cost €180,000 as yearling. Half-sister to a 1m Group 3 winner and a juvenile winner. Dam a sister to a US Grade 1 winner and half-sister to a Group 1 7f winner. Shaped well on debut in 2018 and expected to improve here.
Daughter of Gale Force ten out of a Golan mare. Half-sister to some winners including three mile hurdle winner Article Fifty. Second of nine on debut over 7½f at Tipperary last month. No surprise to witness a big run.
Bated Breath filly; a half-sister to three winners, including useful winner up to 1m Graser and two-year-old 7f winner Gregoria. Not disgraced on debut finishing 9L adrift of Tauran Shaman, winner here on Wednesday.
Filly by Invincible Spirit out Group 1 winning mare Timepiece. Running well in a couple of starts since June. Appears to be improving from race to race and looks more than able to muster a bold bid.
By Intikhab out of a Cape Cross mare. Unraced dam closely related to 1m Group 1 winner Aqlaam. Just moderate form at Gowran Park and Dundalk so far and this looks tough again.
Last Year's Winner
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Lancaster House (6/4), Time Tunnel (5/2), Darkened (11/2), Cerberus (8/1), Call Me Dolly (10/1), Bodak (12/1), Vocatus (16/1), Queen Amidala (25/1), Day Dreamin' (25/1), Lady Arona (25/1), Ramiro (33/1), Mean Fomhair (33/1), Keep Dreaming (33/1), Canning (50/1), Border Battle (66/1), Farnese (66/1), Yalla Go (100/1), Jungle Gazelle (100/1), King Citric (100/1), Rockview Roman (100/1), La Capacite (100/1)
- Time Tunnel
- Lancaster House
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