Neither of the pair with experience have shown much and there are some very well-connected youngsters engaged here. Vault is a son of Danehill Dancer out of a mare who won in France while Dermot Weld's Pivotal colt Hit The Jackpot is a half-brother to numerous high-class winners from 7f to 1m5f. With Jim Bolger's juveniles in unstoppable form Foolish Lady is certain to attract support and she's related to several winners but it's OH HAPPY DAYS who gets the nod as David Wachman's Galileo filly is an unraced full sister to the brilliant Danehill Dancer and two other winning sprinters.
Danequest (IRE) Stardan gelding out of Tinquest.
Dragon Pulse (IRE) Kyllachy colt out of Poetical.
Go On Murt (IRE) Antonius Pius colt out of Big Storm.
Great Ability (IRE) 80-1 (9-3) Tracked leaders on inner, 4th halfway, switched right under 2f out, no impression under pressure 1f out, kept on same pace, 4th of 9, 2 1/4l behind Muckle Bahoochie (8-12) at Dundalk 5f 2yo mdn stks pol in May.
Hit The Jackpot (IRE) Pivotal colt out of Token Gesture.
Vault (IRE) Danehill Dancer colt out of Simadartha.
Dingandava (IRE) Kheleyf filly out of Priyanka.
Foolish Lady (IRE) Exceed And Excel filly out of Sweet Folly.
Jemima's Pearl (USA) Distorted Humor filly out of Jemima.
Nara Datta (IRE) 66-1 (8-12) Soon mid-division, no impression and kept on same pace from halfway, 7th of 13, 10l behind Crimson Sunrise (8-12) at Navan 6f 2yo mdn aut gf in May.
Oh Happy Days (IRE) Galileo filly out of Glass Slipper.