ADMIN could be the answer to this contest with Confessional and Il Forno on our shortlist. Ralph Beckett's charge was withdrawn from a similar contest earlier in the week but the half-brother to Golan Knight should handle this surface on breeding and can progress for a first outing. Confessional is a well bred son of Dubawi. He could literally be anything. Il Forno has already had the unkindest cut of all though his relatives all boasted plenty of early pace. Shakespearean was 80000 guineas as a yearling. Tamanaco was a relatively cheap acquisition in comparison at a mere ¿8500. Pat Haslam has had a quiet start to the juvenile campaign but Victoire de Lyphar is worthy of a second glance. Green For Luck may need further. Admin gets our nomination.
Admin (IRE) 5-1 (9-3) Broke well, settled behind leaders, switched right and headway over 2f out, challenged entering final furlong, no extra towards finish, 3rd of 9, 1 1/2l behind Kirsty's Boy (9-3) at Goodwood 5f 2yo mdn (5) gd.
Confessional Dubawi colt out of Golden Nun.
Green For Luck (IRE) Key Of Luck colt out of Kasota.
Il Forno Exceed And Excel gelding out of Fred's Dream.
Shakespearean (IRE) Shamardal colt out of Paimpolaise.
Tamanaco (IRE) Catcher In The Rye gelding out of Right After Moyne.
Victoire De Lyphar (IRE) Bertolini colt out of Victory Peak.
Abandagold (IRE) 16-1 (8-12) Chased leader, hampered soon after start, towards when short of room and hampered after 1f, behind and no chance after, 6th of 9, 12l behind Sir Parky (9-3) at Salisbury 5f 2yo mdn (4) gf.
Usquaebach 80-1 (8-12) Outpaced after 2f, last of 6, 27l behind Izaaj (9-3) at Yarmouth 6f 2yo mdn (5) gf.