17:15 Dundalk Fri 15 November 2019
Gelding by Gutaifan out of a Danehill mare. Ran well on polytrack debut earlier this month finishing second of 14 beaten 3¾L over C&D. Negative draw to overcome.
Colt by Power out of a Holy Roman Emperor mare. Dam well held on sole career start which came here over 1m. Likely to need the run on debut.
Zoffany colt. Cost 30,000 euros as a yearling. Ran well in defeat on debut here over 7f in September. Weld held at Limerick since. Has unfavourable draw to contend with.
Anjaal colt, cost €11,000 as a yearling. Half brother to two winners over middle distances. Well held when never a factor in two career starts so far. Opposable again on AW debut.
Nothing of note in three starts for trainer William Haggas including a couple of below-par efforts over 6f on turf last month. Market likely to reveal expectations on stable debut.
Camacho colt out of a Barathea mare. Has appeared overwhelmed in a couple of career starts so far. Never a factor on debut over 7f at this venue last month. Easy to look elsewhere.
€50,000 purchase as a two-year-old by Tagula out of an unraced mare. Far from disgraced in a couple of career starts on the AW at Chelmsford and Kempton for trainer Shaun Keightley in September. Bold bid on the cards.
Daughter of Ivawood out of a Pulpit mare. Slowly into stride on debut at this venue over 7f last week when never a factor finishing a well beaten 8L. More needed on second start.
Daughter of No Nay Never out of a Dutch Art mare. Closely related to Jash, three time winner at up to 7f and Ultimate Dream, successful racing between 7f and 1m½f. Market check as post-time nears.
Cable Bay filly out of a Dubawi mare. Closely related to Eclipse Storm, winner on debut over 6f. Slowly away on debut over C&D earlier this month before finishing well down the pack. Draw a negative.
Well held in three career starts on turf so far. First time blinkers unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role on top of unfavourable draw.
Filly by Starspangledbanner out of a Lawman mare. Dam won over 5f, half-sister to Queen Amira, a winner over 5f/6f. Left with something to prove following on from her disappointing debut at this venue over 7f last week.
Far from disgraced in a couple of starts over C&D since her debut last month. Shapes as if improvement isn't far away and one to note in this contest.
Kodiac filly arrives here a nine-race maiden. Posted a career best effort late last month over C&D finishing fourth of eight beaten 1¾L. Draw could have been kinder.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A A HowardJ: O J Orr|
Big Gossey (13/8), Bombshell (9/4), Red Beacon (8/1), Tinkerbells Effect (10/1), San Juan (12/1), Sampers Seven (25/1), Johan The Great (25/1), All About Ivy (25/1), Secret Sacrament (25/1), Hija De La Luna (33/1), Chanell Eclipse (33/1), Illetas (33/1), Life And Strife (33/1), Passing Nod (50/1), Max's Dandy (50/1), Elusive Spirit (66/1), Zeeshan (66/1)
- Sampers Seven
- Big Gossey
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