Aidan O'Brien has won six of the last ten renewals of this, including with Treasure Beach last year. Foot Soldier and Daddy Long Legs represent Ballydoyle here and the former will be fancied to go one better than when beaten at long odds-on at Leopardstown where his rider appeared to be caught out by the fast-finishing Rubina. He's an obvious threat to all but don't rule out a surprise from his stablemate who is related to several useful winners. QATAR'S PEARL went to Naas for a strong maiden on his debut and started favourite. He couldn't cope with the winner, Captain Obvious, but had subsequent Listed winner Strait Of Zanzibar back in third and with progress almost guaranteed is taken to go one better. Leatherwood attracted little support on his debut behind Tiffilia at Naas but ran well enough to suggest there's more to come while Edge Of Sanity is one to keep an eye on as he makes his debut.