14:30 Navan Wed 9 October 2019
Below-par 21-race maiden, well held in a number of starts on turf and on the AW at Dundalk in the Spring and on return to action at Laytown last month. Plenty to prove at present.
Well held in three starts so far but not disgraced on any occasion. Needs to improve on latest start on the AW at Dundalk last month but appears more than capable of grabbing a place in this company.
Nothing of note in eight career starts to date including six reversals on turf. Well beaten and no impression on a lackluster visit to Beverley last month and not in the required form to be considered here.
Improved effort on his third start in a Tipperary 5f soft ground maiden when last seen in June. Entitled to need the run on return to action.
Gelding by Morpheus out of a Oratorio mare. Closely related to 11-race maiden Mags Well. Dam unraced. Last but one in a 17-runner maiden on debut at the Curragh last month. Will need to raise overall profile to play a role.
Relatively inexpensive Sepoy colt. Brother to 6f winner Samarmadi and half-brother to three winners, with mixture of stamina and speed. Last of 17 beaten 40L on his second start at the Curragh last month. Well below par form set to continue here.
Two-race maiden but running with plenty of promise on both career starts so far. Likely to improve once again and holds leading claims here.
Posted a career best effort when running Pulse Of Shanghai to a short-head in a Down Royal 5f maiden on yielding ground in August on the gelding third career start. Rates a leading contender.
15-race maiden, though the son of Dandy Man has been running well in defeat in a number of starts over the summer. Entitled to need the run on return to action but appears more than capable of hitting the frame.
Disappointed on latest start in a 6f soft ground maiden at the Curragh last month. Nine-race maiden but worthy of consideration back over this trip.
Well beaten on all three career starts so far since the Born To Sea filly made her debut in July. Others have more scope for improvement.
Last Year's Winner
Son And Sannie (9/4), Strong Johnson (7/2), Teddy Boy (7/2), Jensons Joy (5/1), Cactus Tree (8/1), Amaretto Stone (10/1), Golden Eye Diamond (14/1), Baile An Roba (50/1), Lovely Buvinda (50/1), More Than One (50/1), Soldier's Folly (50/1), Irregardless (80/1)
- Strong Johnson
- Son And Sannie
- Jensons Joy
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