17:50 Roscommon Mon 19 August 2019
Colt by Lawman out of a Dansili mare. Closely related to Faery Song, winner over 1m2f and Custodial, victorious between 5f and 7f. Winner on debut but last of seven at Leopardstown when last seen in June. Yard among the winners over the weekend.
Gelding by Power out of a Danehill Dancer mare. Dam unraced. Encouraging first couple of runs at Down Royal over 5f and when third of 14 beaten 3L at the Galway festival over 7f earlier this month. Progressive.
Elzaam gelding out of a French bred mare. Cost €12,000 as a yearling. Plenty to like about his second start on the track in a Down Royal 7f maiden last month finishing fourth of 11 beaten 1L. Trainer and jockey combination in good form.
Newcomer by Dragon Pulse retained by his vendor for €6,000 as yearling. Fourth of eight beaten over 7L on debut at the Galway festival last month. Yard are two from three in the last 14 days.
Home-bred daughter of Dandy out of a mare who ran twice on the AW. Improved from first run to second when fourth of 12 beaten 4¾L on good ground over 5½L. Takes a step up in trip here.
Daughter of Camacho out of a Mark Of Esteem mare. Dam, six-race maiden. Unlikely to be making any significant impact on debut.
Footstepsinthesand filly out of a Galileo mare. Dam, six-race maiden failed to hit the frame on any occasion. Yard without a winner from five juvenile starters this term.
Worthadd filly cost just €3,000 a yearling; a 13th foal and a half-sister to five winners. Well held on debut finishing last of 12 at Tipperary earlier this month.
Last Year's Winner
|12||Kestrel Prince||2||9-8||6/1||Full Result|
|T: G M LyonsJ: C T Keane|
Xian Express (11/8), Silence Please (7/4), Helvic Dream (11/4), Vormir (3/1), Law Breaker (10/1), Be Like The Bird (16/1), Dame Rapide (20/1), Brightest Dawn (40/1), Pleasecallmemayzie (50/1)
- Silence Please
- Helvic Dream
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