Crown And Glory, Golden Calf and Kilcooley are all promising recruits from the point-to-point field. But a couple of the debutants are bred to win races including Ocean Waves, a half-brother to useful hurdler/chaser Ninetieth Minute, and UTOPIAN. The former may be one for the future but the latter should have plenty of speed as he's by Rock Of Gibraltar and a half-brother to a winning miler. Rose Dobbin does well here with her bumper horses so he gets the vote.
Cockney Lacey Prince Daniel gelding out of Turtle Bay.
Crown And Glory (IRE) 7-1 (11-4) Rr mid div, 9th 1/2way & prog 5out, cl 6th but btn bef 3out, fair 5th 2out, no ex bef last & went 4th flat, 4th of 12, 5l behind Gort An Chnoic (12-0) at Dawstown 3m ire ptp gd in May.
Golden Calf (IRE) 6-1 (12-0) Rr mid div, prog to 3rd 2out, chall 2out, 2l clr last where v slow jmp, sn jnd, rallied well, all out line, won at Stradbally 3m ire ptp in Apr beating Premier Portrait (11-4) by 2 1/2l, 14 ran.
Kilcooley (IRE) 11-2 (11-7) Mostly 3rd until 2nd bef 3out, ld aftr 3out, hdd aftr 2out, no ch with wnr from last, kow, 2nd of 10, 4l behind Clean Sheet (11-7) at Dromahane 3m ire ptp sft in Mar.
Ocean Waves (IRE) Milan gelding out of Myown.
Utopian Rock Of Gibraltar gelding out of Idealistic.
Vodka Moon 20-1 (10-0) In rear, headway before 2f out, soon ridden, kept on inside final furlong, 7th of 13, 9l behind Alphabetical Order (11-12) at Musselburgh 2m NH flat (5) sft in Jan.
Westend Theatre (IRE) 4-1 (11-7) Twrds rr, 6th 4out, cont onepcd, 4th of 10, 16l behind Big Hands Harry (10-11) at Ballysteen 3m ire ptp gd in Apr.