An open contest, with really only the British challenger The Perfect Crown adding a layer of intrigue.
There should not be a lot once again between Current Option and Soul Search from their meeting at Cork last time, with the former perhaps more certain to act on the likely soft ground.
It could be worth taking a chance though with COULD BE KING, who got no run in that Cork race and is another that will relish the conditions.
The form of Wilderness has reflected the overall form of Murtagh’s charges this season, and her narrow defeat at Down Royal last time did not suggest that the handicapper has a grip on her.
Preference is for LAYFAYETTE, who has been getting his act together and his narrow defeat behind Flying Scotsman at Galway suggests that a handicap like this is within reach.
Lord Park, Simply True and Baby Zeus are among the others respected.
This is really tricky. While the form of his Curragh maiden outing has been a bit underwhelming, MULGRAVE still shaped well and has to be respected.
There are plenty of raiders here, perhaps best of them Abduction, with Wood Ranger also a major player.
A really open race. It might be worth chancing a return to form for FOR THE TREES, who seems to have had excuses this season but has none here, it would seem.
Plenty are considered, with Zarzyni the potential class act.
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