Plenty of new comers take part in the opening maiden with Ebn Reen, Eddie Jock and Domino Dancer short listed with the vote going to the last named. Having had racecourse experience, Domino Dancer showed great promise at Newcastle on his debut when third of fourteen behind Ingleby Princess. He is sure to come on the run as he looked green that day and with improvement likely he is taken to break his maiden tag here. Both Ebn Reen and Eddie Jock look tidy types on paper. Their trainers are more than apt to getting them ready first time of asking so any market moves should be noted. Of the others, Ten Dollars More was a big outsider when finishing sixth on is debut so expect more this time around but for the winner we return to Domino Dancer.
Domino Dancer (IRE) 4-1 (9-3) Led far side group, ridden and headed over 1f out, kept on same pace, 3rd of 14, 2l behind Ingleby Princess (8-12) at Newcastle 5f 2yo mdn aut (6) gf.
Ebn Reem Mark of Esteem colt, half-brother to 6f winner Dahteer.
Eddie Jock (IRE) Almutawakel gelding, half-brother to 5f winner Supercast.
Middleham (IRE) Best of The Bests colt, half-brother to 2 winners between 6f & 1m1f.
Pietersen (IRE) 20-1 (9-0) Went right start, chased leaders, effort halfway, soon weakened, last of 6, 10l behind Excellent Art (9-0) at Newmarket 5f 2yo mdn (4) gf in Apr.
Soviet Palace (IRE) Jade Robbery colt out of winning miler Daisy Hill.
Ten Dollars More (IRE) 66-1 (8-11) Slowly into stride, soon in touch, ridden 2f out, pushed along and kept on final furlong, 5th of 10, 3l behind Karayel (8-13) at Folkestone 5f 2yo mdn aut (5) gf.
Vital Equine (IRE) Danetime colt out of Bayalika.