1m. 4f. 110yds. 13 Declared.
Racing Again On July 4th M'dn of €12,500.00 3-y-o plus
1st - €7,500.00 2nd - €2,500.00 3rd - €1,250.00 4th - €625.00 5th - €375.00 6th - €250.00
FormscanBy Tom Weekes - GALILEO'S COMPASS looked laboured on debut but could benefit significantly from the run and notably steps up in distance. By Galileo and a brother to a Group 2 winner, he finished well enough at Roscommon and while the form is nothing outstanding, improvement is likely. Albert Park showed ability in a course and distance maiden last month and while that form is nothing special, is open to progression. Cape Bridgewater showed promise in two Dundalk maidens, notably in March, and while probably unsuited by heavy ground when a market drifter at the Curragh subsequently, was nonetheless well beaten. Stablemate Milwaukee is tried in first-time blinkers having been well beaten at Leopardstown but should be better suited by better ground. The Great Kingdom is a notable newcomer, being a half-brother to St Leger winner Galileo Chrome and Stakes-placed White Caviar. Well-related homebred Silver Salver is out of a winning half-sister to Group 1 winner Coronet.
For three years old and upwards, maidens at startingWeights - 3-y-o 9st 5lbs 4-y-o and up 10st 7lbs Fillies allowed 5lbs