|1st||Custom Cut (IRE)||11/4|
|2nd||Miracle Cure (IRE)||10/1|
|1 (1)||723111||Custom Cut (IRE) 10||3||9-12||R P Whelan (5)||G Kent||93||11/4|
|2 (2)||90015/3||Ballivor (IRE) 24||9||9-11||J P Murtagh||W T Farrell||85||4/1|
|3 (3)||0310-02||Flic Flac (IRE) 16||4||9-11||P J Smullen||D K Weld||85||9/1|
|4 (6)||9-04271||Winning Impact (IRE) 20||5||9-6 t||D P McDonogh||J G Coogan||80||7/2|
|5 (7)||21544||Imaginationrunwild (IRE) 12||3||9-1||G F Carroll||A Oliver||82||3/1|
|6 (4)||2U0493||Khaos (IRE) 16||3||9-1 b||S H James (3)||M O'Callaghan||82||14/1|
|7 (5)||049-16||Miracle Cure (IRE) 94||3||9-0||K J Manning||J S Bolger||81||10/1|
Ronan Whelan dictated a slow pace on board Custom Cat when George Kent's charge completed a hat-trick at Naas and won't be allowed such a soft lead this time. A 7lb rise may just prove enough to halt his progress and WINNING IMPACT is handed the vote. Jimmy Coogan's charge looked in very good shape when beating the in-form Cheval Rouge on very testing ground here at the beginning of the month and can complete the double from 6lb higher. Flic Flac and Khaos were separated by a head when occupying the places behind Bogini over 6f at Leopardstown and the latter may come out on top this time over the longer trip. The veteran Ballivor was having his first start since 2010 when a fine third to Boom To Bust at Naas last month so should be kept on the right side with Johnny Murtagh back on board and neither Polytrack winner Miracle Cure nor the lightly-raced filly Imaginationrunwild can be discounted in a very open handicap.
Custom Cut (IRE) 7-4fav (9-7) Made all, ridden under 2f out, soon quickened clear, comfortably, won at Naas 7f 3yo hcp hvy beating Captain Cullen (9-3) by 2 1/2l, 5 ran.
Ballivor (IRE) 11-2 (9-12) Tracked leaders, 5th halfway, ridden and tried to make headway between horses when bumped 1 1/2f out, went 3rd 1f out but soon no impression, kept on one pace, 3rd of 9, 2l behind Boom To Bust (9-3) at Naas 1m hcp 60-90 in Jun.
Flic Flac (IRE) 8-1 (9-5) Tracked leaders on inner, 3rd halfway, ridden to lead briefly 1f out, no impression when headed by winner inside final furlong and just held onto 2nd, 2nd of 6, 1 1/4l behind Bogini (8-13) at Leopardstown 6f fll stks gs.
Winning Impact (IRE) 7-1 (9-12) Waited with towards rear, closed into 7th over 1f out, challenged under pressure inside final furlong, got on top closing stages, won at Curragh 7f hcp 50-85 sft beating Cheval Rouge (9-1) by 1/2l, 14 ran.
Imaginationrunwild (IRE) 4-1 (9-4) Led, travelling well approaching 2f out, attempted to assert 1 1/2f out, reduced lead and strongly pressed inside final furlong, no extra and headed closing stages, 4th of 9, 1 3/4l behind Cheval Rouge (8-9) at Roscommon 7f fll hcp sft.
Khaos (IRE) 16-1 (8-10) Settled in rear, ridden and some headway on outer to go 4th 1f out, kept on under pressure inside final furlong and just failed to take 2nd, 3rd of 6, 1 1/2l behind Bogini (8-13) at Leopardstown 6f fll stks gs.
Miracle Cure (IRE) 9-2 (9-7) Chased leaders in 5th, ridden and no impression early straight, last of 6, 24l behind Tannery (9-7) at Dundalk 1m 3f 3yo hcp pol in Apr.