Unless either of the two newcomers are very special, FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH should have little more than an exercise gallop. The Ballydoyle colt, a son of Oasis Dream out of the brilliant Attraction, made a gallant attempt to make all over 6f at Naas but was caught at today's trip by Big Time and couldn't get back. He's in all the big juvenile races in Ireland and there's nothing to concern him here though Ain't No Surprise should be winning soon judged on two decent efforts including in Listed class last month. Christy Roche' newcomer Bay Hill is a half-brother to eight winners though this looks too sharp.
Bay Hill (IRE) Verglas gelding out of Lady Windley.
Focussed (IRE) 16-1 (9-5) Chased leaders on rail ridden and lost place 2f out, 8th and kept on one pace 1f out, 8th of 12, 15l behind Stubbs (9-5) at Navan 5f 2yo mdn in May.
Fountain Of Youth (IRE) 7-2 (9-3) Dwelt a little, led, headed and dropped to 3rd over 1f out, soon 2nd and kept on without matching winner, 2nd of 5, 1 1/2l behind Big Time (9-3) at Naas 6f 2yo stk in May.
Ain't No Surprise (IRE) 33-1 (8-12) Squeezed for room a bit away from stalls, raced 5th of the 6, no impression from 2f out, dropped to last near finish, last of 6, 9l behind Coach House (9-3) at Curragh 5f 2yo lst stk (1) gf in May.
Castleiney 25-1 (9-0) Slowly away and behind in rear, no impression straight, never a factor, 10th of 12, 20l behind Najm Suhail (9-5) at Dundalk 5f 2yo mdn auc stks pol in May.
Mrs Ding A Ling (IRE) Elnadim filly out of Fairy Lore.