This doesn't look the strongest of maidens and should be a walk in the park for the 525,000 euros yearling A GREATER FORCE if breeding is anything to go by. He's a full-brother to two Group 1 winners and a half-brother to four winners though he has no fancy entries and a belated debut is an obvious cause for some concern. Cailini Alainn makes a quick reappearance after finishing runner-up to the long odds-on Silwana at Galway on Saturday and she's the most likely winner if the Ballydoyle newcomer doesn't come up to scratch. King Schultz stayed on nicely when getting the hang of the job on his debut over a mile here last month and looks best of the remainder.
Chatterton (IRE) 20-1 (9-8) Always towards rear, ridden and no impression 3f out, 8th of 10, 23l behind Hunting Tower (9-6) at Wexford 2m gd in Jul.
Dat's The Plan (IRE) 5-1 (10-0) Led, ridden and headed over 2f out, soon no extra, 6th of 10, 15l behind Hunting Tower (9-6) at Wexford 2mgd in Jul.
West Montan (IRE) 25-1 (9-4) Slowly into stride and in rear, some progress approaching straight, no impression in 6th over 1f out, eased, last of 6, 41l behind Silwana (9-0) at Galway 1m 4f 3yo fll stks sft.
A Greater Force (FR) Montjeu colt out of Dibenoise.
King Schultz 50-1 (9-5) Settled in 5th, short of room and switched to outer under 2f out, soon ridden and kept on into 2nd inside final furlong, not troubling winner, 2nd of 7, 2 3/4l behind Sarafiyla (9-0) at Leopardstown 1m mdn stks in Jul.
Thunder Zone Shamardal gelding out of Mussoorie.
Cailini Alainn (IRE) 6-1 (9-0) Chased leaders, pushed along approaching straight, went 3rd under 2f out, 2nd 150 yards out and kept on well, 2nd of 6, 2l behind Silwana (9-0) at Galway 1m 4f 3yo fll stks sft.