ROYAL CAVIAR looks certain to start a short-priced favourite after his impressive victory over Lord Scoundrel at Fairyhouse and the runner-up didn't let the form down subsequently. Willie Mullins' charge should take this very soft looking Grade 2 with few problems. Fine Rightly made a winning debut at Ayr in January so the lack of a recent run shouldn't be a problem while Philip Fenton tries Desertmore Stream in a hood after a pair of reasonable runs when he's been strongly fancied.
Desertmore Stream (IRE) 15-8 (11-2) Led after about 3f, pressed straight and headed from 2f out, soon no impression in 2nd and lost a couple of places inside final furlong, 4th of 8, 14l behind Rathvinden (12-0) at Cork 2m N H flat in Nov.
Fine Rightly (IRE) 4-1 (11-6) Took keen hold, held up, headway 10f out, ridden 2f out, stayed on same pace over 1f out, 3rd of 9, 9l behind Regal Diamond (11-2) at Ayr 2m NH flat (4) gs in Apr.
Royal Caviar (IRE) 8-15fav (12-0) Chased leaders, smooth headway to track eventual 3rd 1 1/2f out, ridden to lead under 1f out, stayed on well to soon draw clear, easily, won at Fairyhouse 2m 2f N H flat sft in Nov beating Lord Scoundrel (11-6) by 7l, 11 ran.
Dannicourtney (IRE) 7-1 (11-7) Waited with, ridden from 5f out, soon no extra, 14th of 17, well behind Devils Bride (12-0) at Roscommon 2m N H flat sft in Jun.
Dream Beat 16-1 (11-0) Tracked leaders and 3rd halfway, ridden in 4th 3f out and no extra in 5th over 1f out, kept on one pace final furlong, 5th of 11, 34l behind Flaming Dawn (11-9) at Tramore 2m ldy N H flat gd.
Perfect Promise (IRE) Presenting mare out of Snape.