18:15 Dundalk Fri 29 November 2019
Colt by Helmet out of a Night Shift mare. Three-race maiden well held over 7f at this venue when last seen in October. Others preferred.
Clodovil colt out of a Lomitas mare. Cost €62,000 as a two-year-old. Brother to Danarosa, winner up to 1m. Best watched on debut.
Tamayuz colt out of a Common Grounds mare. Cost €60,000 as a foal. Half-brother to several winners including Cloneylass, winner over 5f. Market likely to be the best guide.
Swiss Spirit colt out of a Catcher In The Rye mare. Cost 12,000gns as a foal. Closely related to Adaay, winner up to 7f. Yards newcomers often come on for first run.
Zoffany colt. Solid efforts in three career starts finishing in the runner up position on each occasion when not beaten far. Likely to be a warm order on polytrack debut.
No Nay Never colt out of a Green Desert mare. Four-race maiden but has shown enough in a couple of starts over this trip to put her in the mix on polytrack introduction.
Gelding by Slade Power out of a Distant View mare. Closely related to multiple winners Kingaroo and Norman Open, three-time winner on the AW running over 7f and 1m. Not disgraced on debut over 5f earlier this month but more needed here.
Colt by Power out of a Titus Livius mare. Dam winner over 7f as a two-year-old. Best watched on debut for Co Kildare yard with one winner on the board this season.
Brazen Beau colt out of a Nayef mare. Dam, four-race maiden between 1m and 1m4f. Others look more convincing.
Colt by Exceed And Excel out of a Iceman mare. Dam won over 1m who stayed 1m2f. More required from dismal debut run at the Curragh in October finishing last of 13 beaten 25L.
Colt by Anjaal out of a Piccolo mare mare. Closely related to French winner over 7½f Andreino. Needs to improve on debut run here over 7f earlier this month when last of 14.
Never a factor in three career starts to date when sent off at big prices before running accordingly on each occasion. May find this tough.
Five-race maiden for trainer Mark Johnston before a 9,000gns move to current connections. Better than a number of performances suggest and one for the final shortlist here.
First Reserve: Dandy Man filly who was foaled on March 10 and cost €13,500 as a yearling. Never a factor on debut in a Naas 6f maiden earlier this month. Up against it if making the race.
Last Year's Winner
|10||That's Not Me||2||9-0||7/1||Full Result|
|T: Anthony McCannJ: D E Sheehy|
Johan Zoffani (4/7), Never Before (3/1), Turbo Command (6/1), Matera (13/2), All About Ivy (8/1), Power Ahead (12/1), Glorious Hero (12/1), Intervention (20/1), Summit Rock (25/1), Bolly Bullet (25/1), Feelinlikeasomeone (33/1), Deadwood (33/1), Power And Pace (50/1), Max's Dandy (50/1), Star And Crescent (66/1), Eloquent Poet (80/1), Zeeshan (100/1)
- Johan Zoffani
- Never Before
- Turbo Command
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