Invincible Ash and Miss Velocity have been running well in handicaps and are obvious contenders but the vote goes to GLORIFIED. David Watchman's filly made a winning debut on polytrack last month when landing some nice bets and scoring comfortably. She was sent into Group 3 company over today's C&D subsequently and though finding the grade too hot to handle she ran well enough to suggests this class is well within her scope. Invincible Ash was just behind in that race here and is a couple of pounds better off despite the fact that she beat a huge field very easily at the Curragh last time. She looks a formidable opponent and should have no problems with Miss Velocity, who was a long way behind at the Curragh. She also holds Daffodil Walk on their run at Dundalk in October while Cosmic Breeze has plenty to do.
Cosmic Breeze (IRE) 16-1 (9-7) Held up, ridden and some progress on outer 2f out, no impression final furlong, 8th of 17, 4 1/2l behind Airspace (9-13) at Curragh 5f hcp 55-85 gd in Jun.
Daffodil Walk (IRE) 20-1 (9-4) Never better than mid-division, weakened from 2f out, 13th of 15, 18l behind Rain Delayed (9-7) at Cork 6f Listed stks gf in Apr.
Invincible Ash (IRE) 20-1 (9-3) Led and disputed, led over 1f out, soon clear, stayed on well, easily, won at Curragh 6f hcp gf in Jun beating Brushed Aside (8-11) by 5l, 25 ran.
Glorified 6-1 (8-12) Slowly away, chased leaders mainly 7th, no threat from 2f out, 6th of 10, 7l behind Gilt Edge Girl (9-6) at Leopardstown 6f flls Group 3 stks gd in Jun.
Miss Velocity 33-1 (8-2) Prominent on stands' side, no impression from 2f out, 14th of 25, 14l behind Invincible Ash (9-3) at Curragh 6f hcp gf in Jun.