18:20 Roscommon Mon 19 August 2019
A $150,000 yearling, Bernardini gelding. Well beaten on a couple of career starts to date, nine months apart. Has to be considered given the form of his yard.
Born To Sea filly, related to multiple winners. Sent of at 100/1 on both career starts so far, running accordingly on each occasion. Form doesn't warrant support here.
Daughter of Arcano out of a King's Best mare. Dam failed to hit the frame in 14 career starts. Not expected to rock any boats on debut.
Gelding by Vale Of York out of a Hamas mare. Dam, winner and Group 3 runner-up over 1m2f in France. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Daughter of Dream Ahead out of a Commander Collins mare. Dam winner of four of her 36 starts, though well held in Group and Listed company. Others preferred.
Dragon Pulse filly who is a half-sister to 7f winner Crystal Curling. Deserves a change of luck following three runner-up positions since June. Leading player to go one better.
Daughter of Dragon Pulse out of a Bluebird mare. Closely related to Multiple winner between 6f and 1m, Vito Volterra. Dam unraced. Likely to come on for debut run here.
Dylan Thomas filly, €2,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to three winners. Running well in defeat from three of her last four career starts. Holds leading claims.
Arcano filly. Dam 7f winner. Appears vulnerable following a couple of dismal efforts since making her debut at Fairyhouse last month. Others more compelling.
Well held and no impression on any of her first four career starts to date. Struggling overall with little or no signs of ability and difficult to fancy on this occasion in first-time tongue tie.
Well beaten on debut at Naas last year but took a step forward in lone 2019 start when fifth of 17 at Cork. Why she's not been seen since April is unknown but latest effort gives her a squeak.
Daughter of Tamayuz out of a Marju mare. No forlorn hope on the balance of her first couple of starts but still unlikely to threaten the leading players too much though
Dream Ahead filly. Took the eye when runner-up in 7f contest at Tipperary on debut when last seen in June, staying on from a long way back in the field when not ideally placed. Another bold show likely.
Last Year's Winner
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Angel's Amy (15/8), Royal Highness (9/4), Dedillon (3/1), Calonne (7/1), Mk Drama (12/1), Plum Perfect (12/1), Fulvio (16/1), Burgundy Rose (16/1), Abs Akula (25/1), Is Fantastic (33/1), Jungle Spirit (33/1), Swiss Power (33/1), Self Rule (33/1), Shes A Sheedy (50/1), Lispheasty (66/1), The Tailors Dummy (100/1), Mantequilla (100/1), Half Dore (100/1)
- Angel's Amy
- Royal Highness
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