After landing a point-to-point at Dromahane in April, Rough Justice has been a short-priced favourite in both starts for Willie Mullins but has failed to fire, though his form still looks better than that of The Ramblin Kid and Railway Tommy. The latter's stablemate King Blue is a half-brother to six winners and wouldn't need to be a world beater to add to the collection but it's SHEMSHAL who really catches the eye on breeding. Tony Martin's newcomer is a full brother by Dalakhani to a French 1m2f Group 3 winner and out of a mare who won a Listed contest so should certainly have enough pace to make a winning start to his career.
King Blue (IRE) King Charlemagne gelding out of Palace Blue.
Mauherclea (IRE) Moscow Society gelding out of Afrikane.
Railway Tommy (IRE) 10-1 (11-5) Led, joined early, ridden and strongly pressed entering straight, headed over 1f out, soon no extra, 4th of 12, 14l behind Eight Chimes (11-12) at Fairyhouse 2m N H flat hvy in Jan.
Rough Justice (IRE) 11-8fav (11-9) Tracked leaders, 4th halfway, in touch when ridden under 3f out, one pace straight, 6th of 13, 13l behind Moyle Park (11-2) at Leopardstown 2m 4yo nhf sft in Dec.
Shemshal (FR) Dalakhani gelding out of Shemala.
Step One (IRE) Beneficial gelding out of Nancylu.
The Ramblin Kid 6-1 (11-11) Waited with towards rear, progress 4f out, 4th 3f out, not getting to principals in 3rd from 2f out, kept on same pace, 3rd of 8, 12l behind Fade In (11-0) at Limerick 2m 2f N H flat hvy in Dec.