1m. 4f. 8 Declared.
Chill & Grill At Fairyhouse M'dn of €12,500.00 3-y-o
1st - €7,500.00 2nd - €2,500.00 3rd - €1,250.00 4th - €625.00 5th - €375.00 6th - €250.00
FormscanBy Donal Murphy - Bought for 250,000 pounds as a yearling and out of a sister to 2015 Coronation Cup winner Pether's Moon, ST VINCENTS GARDEN gets the nod. He made late progress to finish third on debut at Leopardstown last month and was then tried in Listed company at Navan. While he finished last of six there, he was little over two-and-a-quarter lengths off the winner. Back in calmer waters now and encountering quick ground for the first time, the son of Camelot looks the one to beat. Joseph O’Brien trains the selection and is also represented by Ikigai Star and Sullivan Bay, who will both need to improve if they are to feature. Johnny Murtagh is double-handed with Esquiline and newcomer Queen Lioness, with stable jockey Ben Coen aboard the former. Well-supported on her most recent start at the Curragh, the French bred filly ran well to finish second and should be suited by this step-up in trip. Votre Homme also filled the runner-up spot at Sligo last month and he has definite claims in first time cheekpieces. A solid fourth on debut at Navan, Van Demon is another leading hope.
For three years old only, maidens at startingWeights - 9st 8lbs Fillies allowed 5lbs