GOOD HEAVENS came home well on debut over seven furlongs at Gowran Park and has filled the runner-up spot on both outings since over a mile at the Curragh. Shane Crosse made plenty of use of the son of Zoffany when collared in the closing stages by Willesee and perhaps he can gain compensation here. Purple Dawn looks the chief threat on form having also shown plenty of ability on both outings, notably on debut when beating all bar Cornman at Gowran Park. The market should provide some vital clues as to the relative merits of the newcomers with Downing Street, a full-brother to Derby winner Serpentine, of obvious interest.
1e 5|GOOD HEAVENS|92
2e 10|PURPLE DAWN|88