18:00 Naas Wed 18 September 2019
Promising type who has improved with each start. Paid for taking a wide course in 7f Leopardstown maiden on latest start when finishing a creditable third. No reason why he couldn't progress again.
Garswood Gelding. Closely related to three-time winners King Of Spain, Nibras again and Six Wives. Plenty of speed in his pedigree and yard have been known to ready one for their first start.
Ran well on first two starts but well-held of late, including 6L third in 5f Lingfield novice. Looks exposed now and may be vulnerable to other rivals.
Cheaply bought for €9,500 as a yearling. By smart juvenile Gutaifan and is a half-brother to 6f winner Camachess. Yard rarely has two-year-old winners so best watched.
€12,000 Requinto filly. Half-sister to various winners, including useful Gilt Edge Girl and 5f winner Godfrey Street. Might not be in the same class as some of these rivals however.
600,000 gns yearling. By No Nay Never and is a full sister to multiple Group One winner Ten Sovereigns. Pedigree is standout on paper and should go well on debut.
€300,000 juvenile. Half-sister to notable performer Donjuan Triumphant but bombed out when last of eight in 6f Curragh maiden. Entitled to be better than that.
€32,000 yearling filly by Dandy Man. Half-sister to 1m4f winner Invernata and 1m2f winner Padoga. Pedigree suggests longer trips will suit and may be a project.
Exceed And Excel filly. Closely related to 6f winner Musical Art but yard has a poor record with juveniles this season. Limited appeal.
Canford Cliffs filly. Dam an unraced daughter of Falbrav and is the first progeny out of her. Betting should guide on debut.
Last Year's Winner
|6||All The King's Men||2||9-5||4/7||Full Result|
|T: A P O'BrienJ: D O'Brien|
Eden Quay (5/2), True Motion (3/1), Danielles Diamond (5/1), Smart Project (5/1), Garsman (10/1), Lady Maura (12/1), Lapses Linguae (16/1), Orihime (16/1), On Tick (25/1), Musical Rue (33/1), Blue Umbrella (66/1)
- Eden Quay
- Danielles Diamond
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