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Colm O'Donoghue: Didn't have to get serious
Aidan O'Brien took the wraps of another promising juvenile at Dundalk in the shape of Sir Walter Scott in the www.sesif.org race.
A three-parts brother to the top-class Frozen Fire, he was surprisingly friendless in the market given he holds engagements in the likes of the Vincent O'Brien National Stakes and the Beresford Stakes.
Sent off at 9-2 he looked like finishing third as the Ger Lyons-trained pair of Washboard Sam and Seeking Luck, both previous winners, appeared to be going better either side of him.
But without Colm O'Donoghue having to get too serious, the Galileo colt hit top gear inside the final 100 yards beating Seeking Luck by a neck.
"He did it well but he was a bit green early on," said O'Donoghue.
"I was sitting in second on him and he wasn't really learning much. He finished it off well and he'll keep improving."
The human Sir Walter Scott was a Scottish novelist and playwright who wrote the likes of Rob Roy and Ivanhoe.