14:05 Naas Mon 5 August 2019
Well-bred No Nay Never colt who showed promise on debut when third at Doncaster over 5f on good ground in April before finishing a dismal last of 15 on his final start for trainer William Jarvis. Has plenty to prove on stable debut.
Signs of ability when eighth in a 6f maiden at Naas on good ground when debuting last month. Likely more needed in this contest however.
Siyouni colt, cost €130,000 as a foal and 200,000 gns as a yearling. Can be expected to improve on debut run at Naas and on a promising start at Bellewstown last month finishing second of six over this trip on good ground.
Kodiac colt. Price rose from €15,000 as a foal to €57,000 as a yearling. Led in the early stages on debut run at Down Royal last month eventually weakening to finish fourth of seven beaten over 5L. More needed.
Six-race maiden yet to hit the frame in five starts on turf. Running well in defeat on a number of occasions and no surprise to see a bold bid here.
Gallant second of 25 beaten 1½L in the Group 3 Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot in June before disappointing at Newmarket last month. Course experience and very much merits respect in this company.
By Bold And Flashy out of a Montjeu mare. Dam 7f-1m4f winner, including an Irish Oaks. Promising debut was followed by being found out in the Group 2 Queen Mary at the Royal meeting when last seen in June. Better than that performance suggests.
Last Year's Winner
Celtic Beauty (1/1), Love Bracelet (9/4), American Lady (7/1), Phase After Phase (8/1), Galactic Glow (14/1), True Motion (20/1), Not Now Zeb (33/1)
- Celtic Beauty
- American Lady
- Love Bracelet
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