14:35 Naas Mon 5 August 2019
Colt by Dawn Approach out of a US bred mare. Last of 12 on debut at the Curragh over 7f beaten 13½L on good ground. Possibly best watched unless market vibes suggest otherwise dropping in trip.
Four-race maiden running well in defeat on a number of starts when tried at Listed level including finishing fifth of 14 in the Chesham stakes at Royal Ascot. Beaten ¾L on most recent start over C&D last month and a leading player here.
Off the mark for connections at the fourth time of asking when landing a 6f Curragh handicap on good ground last month. Likely to improve but liable to find a couple stronger in this contest.
Holy Roman Emperor colt out of a Saddler's Wells mare. Off the mark at the fourth attempt when landing a Fairyhouse maiden over this trip last month. Yard hit the frame with Quizical and Njord at Galway last week.
Continued the good form of the yard when landing a Fairyhouse maiden over this trip on good ground last month. Open to plenty of improvement and one to have on the shortlist.
C&D winner on debut in April and has continued to run well in defeat in a couple of Group starts back here and at the Curragh when last seen in June. Likely to go well here.
Excelebration filly. Half-sister to a couple of winners. Can be expected to improve for debut run over C&D when last seen in June but may have to settle for a minor role this time round.
Declaration Of War filly who cost $115,000 as a yearling. Has caught the eye on both starts to date and appears to be improving with each start. Market likely to prove informative.
Last Year's Winner
Peace Charter (6/4), Harpocrates (11/4), Nope (5/1), Latin Five (8/1), Prince Of Naples (9/1), Pronouncement (10/1), Geometrical (20/1), Mount Mckinley (33/1), Lady Zell (66/1)
- Peace Charter
- Latin Five
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