Plenty of these look like nice prospects but a chance is taken on SNAP CHAP, who caught the eye when staying on for fourth at Gowran Park on debut seven days ago and that form looks solid with the winner already rated 95.
It was a nice debut from My Minervina last month and she ought to be thereabouts with a bit of luck from her wide draw.
Belmont Avenue is another to consider having got the better of several of these on debut.
Sheila Lavery has a strong hand in this race and Belle Image might be the strongest of her trio after a big run in a valuable sales race here 13 days ago, but preference is for HUDDLE UP.
He took a big step forward from his debut here when winning at Cork last month and may prove even better on this likely quicker ground.
BARRETSTOWN‘s Down Royal form got a fair boost when the narrow winner routed her foes at Naas and his chance is clear.
That said, Dreams Delivered beat a horse rated 90 last time, so this might well prove easier. At the prices, note King Wasp.
Soul Seeker has the highest rating here but there are doubts about him after a below par run last time and MIDNIGHT FIRE looks more solid after his fine Cork second, having previously been a close fourth over course and distance.
Stalingrad lacks a recent run but showed promise on his debut and is a danger.
A race to savour. HIGH DEFINITION looked potentially special on debut, given how rare it is for a Galileo-bred juvenile to score without the benefit of a run coming from Ballydoyle.
Hamdan Al Maktoum has two intriguing runners, Monassib having achieved more but Wuqood, a Dubawi out of a Blandford Stakes winner, could be anything too.
URBAN BEAT has 5lb to find with Summerghand. It might be closer between the pair than that, with the Murtagh runner developing into a really admirable speedster and this is his trip arguably.
Commonwealth Cup third Ventura Rebel and Forever In Dreams are both all the more fascinating due to the addition of headgear.
Though CARDINAL RULE didn’t seem to enjoy hurdling much last time, his previous effort over 1m 6f at Killarney was a solid run and, back to this trip with a sought after rider aboard, has a decent shot in an open race.
Full Moon Magic finished ahead of him last time and will be involved, while Peregrine Run, Place Des Vosges and last year’s winner El Tren are others to consider.
A tough race to complete the card, but MYTHOLOGIC has been giving the impression one of these will fall his way at some point and he’s been dropped another 2lb for a creditable effort over course and distance last time out.
Khafaaq has to be of interest in his hat-trick bid and Carrytheone is another obvious threat if he’s no worse for an unfortunate incident here latest.
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