17:25 Gowran Park Sat 21 September 2019
- 2020 Golf Membership From 600 Maiden
- 1m 1f 100y, Good
- 17 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Failed top build on promising debut at Naas in July when finishing down the field in a Listowel 7f maiden earlier this month. Unlikely to be troubling the judge.
Has made a poor start to his career well beaten in a couple of bumper starts since July. Best watched on Flat debut unless the market suggests otherwise.
Born To Sea gelding out of a Pivotal mare. Half-brother to winner over 6f Elusive Ice. Well beaten in a couple of career starts so far at Naas and earlier this month at Cork.
Alhebayeb gelding out of a Key Of Luck mare. Dam 84-rated Flat handicapper, winner over 7f. More needed judging from a couple of initial efforts at Killarney and earlier this month over C&D.
Newcomer who cost £30,000 as a vendor as a two-year-old. Son of Kingsbarns. Promising effort on debut at Killarney last month leaving plenty to work on.
Running well in defeat in a number of maidens over the summer. Disappointed on handicap debut at Listowel earlier this month but likely to be better than that performance suggests. First-time visor.
Cape Cross gelding out of a Storm Cat mare. Dam three-time winner on the Flat including success over 7f at Group 3 level. Expected to improve on Listowel debut earlier this month and one for the shortlist.
Born To Sea filly, related to multiple winners. Plenty to find on recent offerings when sent off a big prices on each occasion.
Farhh gelding out of a USA bred mare. Closely related to Ru'oud winner between 6f and 1m. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut for leading connections.
Promising efforts in two starts for trainer Edward Lynam as a juvenile. Did not make it to the course for Michael O'Callaghan and returns here for new connections for the first time in 12 months.
Gelded son of Holy Roman Emperor purchased for €38,000 as a yearling. Last of five on debut over C&D in July, the gelding getting worked up entering the stalls before being slowly away.
Gelding by Teofilo out of a Tagula mare. 100,000gns as a yearling. Half-brother to several winners including Donjuan Triumphant, successful up to 7f. Tongue-tie on debut.
Half-sister to some winners including three mile hurdle winner Article Fifty. Failed to build on promising debut at Tipperary when stepped up in trip at the Galway festival. Needs to improve significantly.
Well beaten three-race maiden. Recent efforts have been dismal and has not shown enough overall to be of interest here.
Poor form in three starts over the summer. First time hood unlikely to bring about the required amount of progression needed to land a blow here.
Improved for a drop in trip to race over 1m2f at Cork earlier this month. Repeat of that effort should see the daughter of Camelot in the hunt for more prize money.
First Reserve: Iffraaj colt has shown little or no aptitude in two career starts to be considered in this company.
Last Year's Winner
|12||Davids Charm||7||9-10||3/1||Full Result|
|T: J J WalshJ: Rachael Blackmore|
Patrick Sarsfield (9/4), Istoria (5/1), Formal Order (11/2), Ballydrislane (13/2), Calonne (7/1), Insaan (8/1), Dance Jupiter (8/1), Malvolio (10/1), Bashful Boy (12/1), Broken Ice (16/1), Tactical Approach (25/1), Rock On Aidan (25/1), Call Me Dolly (25/1), Knock Flyer (25/1), Lispheasty (33/1), Regal Beau (33/1), Johan Parvenue (50/1), Givemehopejoanna (50/1), Cliff Avenue (50/1), Ventnor (66/1)
- Patrick Sarsfield
- Dance Jupiter
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