Ghaamer returned to action with a fine effort at Gowran where he looked the winner over that 1m1f until caught close home by Safe Home. With that run under his belt he'll take some beating but POINT PIPER could have his measure. Aidan O'Brien's son of Giant's Causeway is closely related to several useful winners including Horatio Nelson and, with entries in the Guineas at the Curragh and the Epsom Derby, he's taken to enhance those lofty ambitions. The trio in opposition who have had a run have shown very little while Dermot Weld's newcomer Tabaary is likely to need the experience and is the stable's second string.
Batu (IRE) 16-1 (9-7) Dwelt, towards rear, kept on without threatening straight, 7th of 14, 9l behind Zeftan (9-7) at Limerick 1m mdn stks.
Vim (IRE) 16-1 (9-7) Waited with, kept on without threatening straight, 9th of 14, 10l behind Zeftan (9-7) at Limerick 1m mdn stks.
Ghaamer (USA) 5-2fav (9-5) Chased leaders, improved to lead travelling well under 2f out, soon ridden, strongly pressed inside final furlong, headed close home, 2nd of 14, nk behind Safe Home (9-5) at Gowran Park 1m 1f 3yo mdn sft in Apr.
Lucky Green (IRE) 14-1 (9-5) Dwelt and always towards rear, 9th of 11, 13l behind Rain God (9-5) at Dundalk 7f 2yo mdn stks pol in Oct.
Point Piper (USA) 8-1 (9-5) Tracked leaders, 5th halfway, pushed along and 4th 1f out, no extra inside final furlong, 5th of 12, 7l behind Pearl Music (9-5) at Curragh 1m 2yo mdn in Sep.
Tabaary (USA) Street Cry colt out of Commodities.