17:15 Leopardstown Thu 8 August 2019
Teofilo colt. Top stable only had the one two-year-old winner this year from 22 runners. Related to winners and should have a say on debut. Watch the betting.
Only runner in the field with experience. Sent off 3-1f on debut over C&D in what had the look of a strong race. Displayed plenty of promise then and yards newcomers tend to improve a bundle for their first run. Major player.
Camelot colt. Cost €280,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to 7f AW performer Johann Strauss. Respected for powerhouse connections, but newcomers tend to need the run.
Second foal. Gelded ahead of racecourse debut. By Elusive Pimpernel. Hard to know what to expect on debut for yard that are 0-17 with two-year-olds in the last five years.
£60,000 yearling. By Pivotal. Could have a minor role to play on debut, but suspicion that he will better suited to an AW surface, given he is related to a few AW winners.
War Command colt. Cost 13,000gns as a two-year-old. Half-brother to 7f AW winner. Dam a half-sister to a 5f Group 3 winner. Should have a future, but this is a tough race to start career off in.
Dansili colt. Half-brother to Group 3 winners Taniyar and Tanaza. Looks the part on paper. Stable have winning newcomers but are a little bit quiet at present. Shortlist material.
Last Year's Winner
|T: K PrendergastJ: C D Hayes|
Mythical (8/13), Cormorant (7/2), Taramansour (13/2), Sacramento (14/1), Agitare (16/1), Shabra's O B (100/1), Percy Street Hero (100/1)
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