16:10 Navan Wed 9 October 2019
Gelding by Ruler Of The World out of a Dalakhani mare. Cost €7,000 as a yearling. Best watched on debut with Co Kilkenny yard without a juvenile winner in five years.
Colt by Camelot out of a Groom Dancer mare. Cost €125,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to several winners including Full Moon, winner between 7f and 1m2f. Market likely to be the best guide on debut for in form yard.
Alhebayeb gelding out of a Peintre Celebre mare. Inexpensive €6,000 as a yearling. Half-brother to several winners including Sir Roderic multiple winner between 6f and 1m. Likely to improve for first outing.
War Command colt purchased for 45,000 gns at the breeze-up sales in May. Half-brother to the useful Indian Chief. Likely to improve on a couple of promising career starts since July.
Son of Camelot who cost 92,000 gns as a yearling and is nicely-bred. Improved from first start to second at the Curragh over 1m when last seen in August. More than capable of a big run here.
Colt by Galileo out of a Mastercraftsman mare. Worth a market check on debut for high profile owner/trainer combination. Dam winner of two of her eight starts on the Flat including the Group 3 Athasi Stakes at the Curragh.
Gelding by Zebedee out of a Alzao mare. Cost €15,000 as a foal. Watching brief on debut as it is unlikely to be a good sign he is already fitted with a hood.
Colt by Camelot out of a Gone West mare. Cost 85,000gns as a yearling. Half-brother to Malko winner over 1m/1m2f and Strikemaster, successful at 2m. May go well on debut.
Gelding by Power out of a Iffraaj mare. Half-brother to three winners including New Orleans and Murdanova, successful over 7f. Best watched on debut representing a yard without a two-year-old winner in the last five years.
Colt by Galileo out of a Halling mare. Brother to three winners including Kingfisher, successful up to 1m6f. Dam won at 7f and 1m. Market likely to reveal expectations on debut.
Not disgraced but generally well held on initial career starts both at the Curragh over 7f and last month over 1m. May go well for yard in good form.
Teofilo colt from a yard that does particularly well with two-year-olds is a half-brother to a couple of juvenile winners. Improved from first run to second at Gowran Park last month. More progress possible and not dismissed.
Colt by Camacho out of a Pivitol mare. Low end €1,000 purchase as a yearling. Dam lightly raced maiden beaten on both starts over 1m1f and 1m2f. Yards newcomers often come on for first run.
Exceed And Excel colt out of a Giant's Causeway mare. Half-brother to several winners, including Good Place successful over 7f/1m as a two-year-old. Yard boast a 20% strike rate with juveniles on turf this term.
Daughter of Free Eagle out of a Linamix mare. Cost €16,000 as a yearling. Half-sister to several winners, including Giacas, successful up to 1m and two-year-old winner over 5f I'm Still The Man. Yards debutantes' have often needed their first run.
Camelot filly. Dam scored twice on the flat but all of her progeny has won a race, including four-time winner Bid Adieu. Needs to improve on disappointing debut display at Naas last month.
Daughter of Iffraaj out of a Kheleyf mare. Inexpensive 800gns as a yearling. Dam, a two-year-old winner between 6½f and 1m. Possibly best watched on debut with market likely to be the prime guide to the fillies chances.
Last Year's Winner
Arthur's Kingdom (6/4), Degraves (13/8), Chiricahua (13/8), Crassus (8/1), Silver Fox (14/1), Stinglikeabee (16/1), Sonnyboyliston (16/1), Yulong Transcend (16/1), Flying Scotsman (20/1), Numberoneson (25/1), Cardinal Rule (33/1), Red Kelly (33/1), Rosa Albertine (40/1), Comfort Line (50/1), Whipped Cream (50/1), Camilla Sina (50/1), Tommy The Hat (66/1), Shadow Wind (66/1), Hezgreynotbay (100/1), Power Of Lazarus (100/1)
- Arthur's Kingdom
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