Inca Gold and stablemate Pipes Of Peace are both by Galileo but whereas the former, who only found one too good over this trip on his debut at the Curragh, has a staying pedigree, the latter is related to a winning sprinter. Both are nice long-term prospects but could find the filly BROOKLYN'S ROSE a tough nut to crack as Ger Lyon's daughter of Holy Roman Emperor overcame a tardy start to score under hands and heels over 6f on her introduction at Fairyhouse and only has a small penalty. Radio Silence may do better with this run under his belt.
Blackhall (IRE) 80-1 (9-5) Dwelt, rear of mid-division, 8th halfway, ridden and no impression under 2f out, no extra, kept on one pace, 7th of 10, 13 3/4l behind Intricately (9-0) at Gowran Park 7f mdn Yielding in Jun.
Pipes Of Peace (IRE) 16-1 (9-5) Tracked leader in close 2nd, pushed along to challenge over 2f out, ridden 1 1/2f out and soon dropped to 3rd, no extra inside final furlong, 4th of 6, 4 1/4l behind Currency Converter (9-5) at Leopardstown 7f mdn gf in Jun.
Radio Silence (USA) War Front colt out of Maryfield.
Brooklyn's Rose (IRE) 4-1 (8-10) Slow into stride before soon improving into mid-division, 5th 3f out, closer in 3rd 2f out and went 2nd 1f out, pushed along to challenge inside final furlong and led close home, comfortably, won at Fairyhouse 6f mdn fll Yielding in Jun beating Giselle's Charm (8-10) by 1l, 12 ran.
Inca Gold (IRE) 7-1 (9-5) Rear of mid-division, headway into 5th on outer 2f out, soon pushed along, disputed lead and ridden 1f out, headed inside final furlong, kept on same pace close home, 2nd of 14, 3l behind Alexios Komnenos (9-5) at Curragh 7f mdn gd in Jun.