16:50 Leopardstown Sat 14 September 2019
Dual Group 2 winner in Germany but disappointed in two runs in Australia and hasn't given the impression he's up to this level in two course starts at Group 3 level.
Very impressive winner of a valuable contest at Lingfield earlier in the campaign but yet to prove as effective on turf. Stayed on for second in a Group 3 at Haydock last time but seen to good effect that day and others make more appeal.
Hasn't won since landing a C&D Group 3 here last year and below form so far this campaign. Would probably prefer cut in the ground and looks up against it here.
US Grade 1 winner and a useful sort when he gets a race run to suit, as seen when winning a Goodwood Group 3 last time out. Won this race in 2017 and hard to knock his claims having not finished out of the first three in any of his last five starts.
Arrives here bidding for a hat-trick having won 7f events at Fairyhouse and Galway but they came against her own sex and she looks up against it here up in class and trip.
Arrives here unbeaten and justified a step up to Listed company when winning at Listowel last time out. Drops 1f in trip but clearly going the right way at present and very much respected, despite the jump to Group 2 level.
Landed a competitive renewal of the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot and that form has worked out well with the runner-up placed in Group 1 company. Not beaten far in a Group 3 at York last time but this is tougher; each-way claims.
Won back-to-back earlier in the campaign and produced a good fifth in a competitive Curragh handicap at the end of last month, staying on well. Best form is with cut in the ground though and up against it at this level. Wears first-time cheekpieces.
Group 3 winner here as a juvenile but hasn't progressed so far this year in an international campaign. Showed nothing when last of five in a Curragh Group 2 two runs back and others make more appeal.
Last Year's Winner
|11||I Can Fly||3||9-0||7/2||Full Result|
|T: A P O'BrienJ: R L Moore|
Lancaster House (13/8), Matterhorn (7/2), Suedois (4/1), Space Traveller (13/2), Surrounding (12/1), Pincheck (20/1), Turnberry Isle (20/1), Ancient Spirit (25/1), Coral Beach (33/1)
- Lancaster House
- Space Traveller
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