tracked leaders, ran freely, ridden and progress to challenge over 1f out, kept on inside final furlong, no impression on winner close home
prominent and disputed lead, headed over 2f out, soon ridden and no impression in 4th over 1f out, weakened
tracked leaders, pushed along and progress on outer under 2f out, led over 1f out, drifted left inside final furlong, kept on well
broke well, tracked leaders, losing place when slightly hampered and dropped to rear after 2f, soon detached, no extra under 2f out, weakened
led or disputed lead, pushed along and led over 2f out, strongly pressed and headed over 1f out, under pressure in 3rd and slightly hampered 100 yards out, kept on
Aidan O'Brien had seven of the original entries and Joseph four. The former relies on DALI, who cost $525,000 as a yearling and is a half-brother to a two-year-old all-weather winner. Joseph has two runners, True Blue Moon is related to plenty of winners, though none over a trip this short, while Feadan is a half-sister to a useful 6f winner. Johnny Murtagh's Mister Magic is the fourth foal of a mare who has already produced three winners over this trip so he should have pace to burn. In the Dip made late headway on her debut here last month and already looks as though she needs further though the form has been boosted by the subsequent victory of the runner-up.
Dali (USA) Scat Daddy colt out of Alegendinmyownmind.
Mister Magic (IRE) Red Jazz colt out of Luvmedo.
True Blue Moon (IRE) Holy Roman Emperor colt out of Fancy Intense.
Feadan (IRE) Holy Roman Emperor filly out of Social Honour.
In The Dip (IRE) 33-1 (9-0) Dwelt, in rear, pushed along 2f out, went 5th 1f out, kept on same pace without threatening, 5th of 10, 3 1/4l behind Fille Du Septembre (9-0) at Dundalk 5f mdn fll pol in Mar.