Sulwaan won two out of three for Mark Johnston in 2009 and scored over hurdles at Sligo last July for Dermot Weld. He ran a shocker on his return to hurdling at Down Royal last month and may be vulnerable with his big weight. Comedic Art hasn't been seen for almost a year and fitness has to be taken on trust but she looked a very nice prospect when scoring at Galway and should go well. Tantalising's only success came over 1m4f and she may not have the pace for this but WARWICK AVENUE certainly has and he gets the vote. The Ballydoyle colt is out of the classy Dance Parade and is related to four winners. He's been making steady progress and could hardly have been more impressive in landing his maiden at the Curragh and has Group entries later in the season.
Sulwaan (IRE) 15-2 (9-7) Steadied start, held up and behind, rapid headway 8f out to chase leader 7f out, challenged 3f out, led over 2f out until 2f out, chased leader, no impression when weakened to 4th final 120 yards, 4th of 13, 2 1/4l behind Dubai Crest (9-8) at Kempton 1m 3f hcp 0-85 (4) pol in Sep '10.
Comedic Art (IRE) 13-8fav (8-9) Tracked leaders, mainly 3rd, 2nd from 3f out, ridden to lead under 2f out, clear final furlong, stayed on well, won at Galway 1m 4f mdn flls stks gd in Jul '11 beating Landenstown Lady (9-12) by 3l, 8 ran.
Tantalising (IRE) 14-1 (8-10) Chased leaders, 4th halfway, headway in 3rd 3f out, led 2f out, ridden and headed 1f out, no extra and kept on same pace, 3rd of 15, 4 1/2l behind Princeton Plains (8-11) at Curragh 1m 2f hcp 60-90 sft in Jun.
Warwick Avenue (IRE) 2-1fav (9-5) Made all, ridden to assert over 1f out, kept on well final furlong, won at Curragh 1m 2f mdn stks sft in Jun beating Brinestine (9-5) by 3l, 11 ran.